Fisher Resources to Visit While We Are Closed

Image from Agnes Chamberlin's Wild Flowers

Due to the community efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19, we have closed the Fisher Library for an indefinite period. We look forward to reopening as soon as it is safe to do so. We apologize for any inconvience, but appreciate your understanding during this difficult period.

We want to remind the many students, faculty, researchers, donors and the general public who visit the library that while our physical collections and exhibition are temporarily unavailable, our many digital resources are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We've created a page on our web site where all these resources are collected in one place. You can find that page by clicking on this link.

Additionally, you may want to visit other Fisher resources available on our web site and the Internet in general:

Audio and Video

Audio of previous Friends of Fisher lectures, where you can listen to many of the lectures since 2011.

The Fisher's SoundCloud and iTunes pages, where you can listen to exhibition curators talk about the current and previous exhibitions. 

The Fisher's YouTube channel has videos featuring past exhibition highlights, as well as information on recent acquistions and our collections in general.

Social Media

Please also check out our social media sites where we will continue to post content so that you can learn about our wonderful holdings. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Friends of Fisher

The Friends of Fisher Newsletter, The Halcyon, which  includes a link to all previous issues going back to the first in 1988.

 

In the next week, we hope to offer our patrons "virtual" access to our current exhibition, Strength in Numbers: The CanLit Community. Please stay tuned for that.

Teaser: 
While the Fisher Library is physically closed, our online resources remain open at all times.