4th of July Holiday Hours and Staffing

The Library will be short staffed the week of July 1 - July 8.

Staffed hours:

Mon, Jul 1     8-5

Thu, Jul 4     Holiday

Tue, Jul 2      8-5

Fri, Jul 5       9-3

Wed, Jul 3     9-3

Mon, Jul 8    9-2

We are a 24/7 Library. When the Library is unstaffed during evenings, weekends and holidays, Fred Hutch badge holders are welcome to use the library and computer lab. If you need assistance, call x4314 and leave us a detailed message, or email library@fredhutch.org, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Most services will still be available despite reduced staffing, but be aware we may need extra time to fill your requests or respond to your questions. We will suspend publications tracking efforts during the holiday week, but will resume and get caught up on backlog over the following weeks.

We appreciate your patience and wish you a safe and happy holiday.

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Arnold Library

The Arnold Library provides high quality, responsive services and resources in support of Fred Hutch and affiliates' research, education and patient care programs. Our physical space houses study carrels with wireless Internet access, patron computers and the Shared Resources Computer Lab and Copy Room. This centralized resource encompasses subscription management for more than 30,000 ebooks and over 37,000 online journals and a variety of databases and web services. Librarians provide center-wide tracking of scholarly publishing, support the center's authors with NIH Public Access Policy compliance, manage the Shared Resources website, provide training and support for citation management tools like EndNote, provide reports and consultation on publication metrics, host a course guides system to support faculty instructors, manage the Fred Hutch history archive and administer several institutional repositories.