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Celebrate National Library Week with DePaul


a.	Brian DeHart (Loop Library Coordinator), Sveta Stoytcheva, Warren DeCastro, Vamika Sharma, Sue Shultz, Shannon Asaria
Librarians in the Loop Library (left to right) Brian DeHart, Sveta Stoytcheva, Warren DeCastro, Vamika Sharma, Sue Shultz and Shannon Asaria support the programs in the Driehaus College of Business, College of Communication, College of Computing and Digital Media, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and School of Public Service by connecting users to business, computer science and communication journals and books. Not pictured: Ian Koller, Erin Roux and Greg Tong (DePaul University/Randall Spriggs)

National Library Week 2022 is set for April 3 – 9. The annual event is a time to highlight the essential role libraries, librarians and library workers play in transforming lives and strengthening communities.

The theme for this year's National Library Week is “Connect with Your Library," which promotes the idea that libraries are places to get connected to technology, services and resources. The DePaul University Library offers opportunities to connect with research databases, academic articles, historical documents and media, in addition to books. Most importantly, the DePaul University Library is a space for the university community to connect to one another.​

Follow along in Newsline Daily this week to learn more about how each of the library's departments connect our users to technology and resources to support their academic, intellectual and creative pursuits. 

Additionally, the library will host an in-person celebration on Wednesday, April 6. All are welcome to attend. Members of the community can show appreciation and support for the DePaul University Library by visiting the library in person or online. You also can follow the library on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, or check out the library's blog, “The Full Text."

National Library Week celebration​
Wednesday, April 6
11 a.m.
John T. Richardson Library, Kelly Hall