The Baylor Libraries continue to serve Baylor students, faculty, and staff as the university responds to COVID-19. The Central Libraries remain closed and a vast array of digital resources and online assistance are available on this site. Our special collections libraries are also closed and you can visit them online using the Libraries menu above. Visit Keep Learning to access librarian assistance and resources remotely.
Due to the great partnership with Cisco Webex and excellent preparation, Baylor's new Webex was launched in just 40 minutes earlier today. Baylor faculty and staff can experience the new Webex at baylor.webex.com.
The University Libraries are pleased to announce the launch of a new initiative, Info To Go, which offers a range of options for connecting library resources with Baylor scholars working remotely from the Waco campus. Information on the options available can be found at baylor.edu/library/infotogo.
The Libraries are pleased to announce that all Baylor students, faculty and staff will continue to enjoy access to The Wall Street Journal as a result of a recent subscription purchased by the university. Members of the Baylor community can utilize this online subscription from The Wall Street Journal website and the WSJ app.
WACO, Texas (April 16, 2020) – Thanks to the resources of the Baylor University Libraries, health care professionals on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic at Family Health Center Waco have received 550 3D-printed surgical mask tension-relief bands produced on equipment from the libraries’ Experiential Learning Commons (ELC).
Baylor has officially added Zoom to its suite of videoconferencing applications, which also includes Cisco’s Webex and Microsoft Teams. This enterprise license allows students, faculty, and staff to leverage Zoom’s features using a Bear ID, password, and Duo two-factor authentication in support of online teaching, learning, and teleworking.
The Baylor Libraries’ membership in HathiTrust – described as “a partnership of academic and research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world” on their website – is expanding access to digital copies of the Libraries’ holdings through a special Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS), effective immediately.