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Morris Library announces Martin Luther King Jr. Day hours

The Morris Library at the University of Delaware will be open from 1-9 p.m. on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 16. University offices will be closed and classes suspended.

The Morris Library will be open although not all service desks will be staffed; some service desks may have reduced hours. Special Collections and the Exhibition Gallery will be closed. The Chemistry, Marine Studies and Physics libraries will be closed.

The electronic library of the University of Delaware Library, which is available 24/7 at this website, provides access for faculty, students and staff of the University of Delaware to a rich array of online library resources, including DELCAT Discovery, databases, full-text information, electronic books, electronic journals and electronic newspapers, Research Guides, digital collections, UDSpace and much more. A mobile-friendly version of the University of Delaware Library web page is also available.


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