The new books display theme at Launders Science Library is Innovation: how research is changing our world. This summer's theme encompasses contemporary research across scientific disciplines...
A heart-felt thank you to our student employees in the Libraries and IT. And best of luck to our graduating seniors (in photo); you will be missed.
From staffing service desks, cataloging and shelving books, and filling student mailboxes, LIT student employees make running the Libraries and IT possible. Over one hundred students are employed by LIT each semester. We couldn’t do this without you!
Services & Technology
We’ve broadened our net for borrowing and lending books through our cooperative relationship with NExpress. If a book is not available here at St. Lawrence, and is not available through ConnectNY, you can search the holdings of the NExpress libraries and request the book online.
Our research consultation program connects you with a librarian on the reference staff who can give you more extensive one-on-one help with a research paper or project. We also have a new group of
Special Collections is the place in the general library where we keep any items that are scarce, fragile, or valuable. Holdings include: printed books, journals, newspapers, maps, atlases, photographs, reports, diaries, correspondence, and more...
Thomas Purves was born on September 28, 1785 in Whitebank, Scotland. He brought his family to the United States in 1819 hoping to work for the Parish family at the iron works in Rossie, NY.
Nicholas A. (Nick) Cocco, Robert M. Cocco and Americo P. (Paul or Amy) Cocco were three brothers from Philadelphia, NY in Jefferson County who all served in the U.S. Army in World War II. Their mother was Jennie Cocco.