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EVS 100-01 (East)

Intro Environmental Studies Spring 2021

Accessing Books

Stack of booksOur library provides access to hundreds of thousands of books both physical copies in our library and ebooks that are accessible through our website. Ebooks can be accessed 24/7 through the library's website. Physical books can be requested through our discovery service and picked up in the library. 

If you have questions or need help, please use the chat service on the library website to talk to a library staff member. 

Ebook Databases

Print Books and DVDs

Access to the library will be limited and that will affect student's ability to browse the stacks on the lower level. Please use our Discovery service to locate items and place requests for them. You will have the option for no contact pickup of these items in the library. Watch the video below for information on how to manage your library account. 

EZ Borrow

If the Clark Family Library doesn't have the book you need, use E-ZBorrow to request it from the more than 50 academic E-ZBorrow libraries located in PA, WV, NY, and NJ.

Click here to access the E-ZBorrow site.

  • Your patron ID is the 7-digit number on the back of your W&J ID Card (Swipe).
    If your ID number does not have 7 digits, add 0's to the beginning of the number to make 7 digits.  If your ID Card does not have numbers on the back, please contact the library at 724-223-6070.
  • Items are generally delivered in less than 5 business days
  • You will be notified via email when your item is available for pickup
  • E-ZBorrow items are checked out until the end of the semester for students and 15 weeks for faculty.
  • The E-ZBorrow system is only for books.  If you need to request an article, please request it through Interlibrary Loan.


If you have any questions or need assistance with the E-ZBorrow service, please email or call 724-223-6070.