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The Ask Desk is located online and the first floor of the library in the reference room, directly below the blue neon "Ask!" sign. Staffed primarily by librarians, we offer writing assistance, research help, and citation guidance. See the Ask Desk expectations. During the traditional academic calendar the desk is staffed throughout the weekday (minus lunch and dinner times) until 10 p.m. Reach out to us by chat, drop in to the library, or book a online appointment.
Stop by the library to meet with a librarian or get in touch by email:
Printers Available in the Library:
Please pay at the circulation desk!
The Aschliman Peace Arts Collection (APAC) has books, visual artwork, plays and theater materials/props, curriculum and music appropriate for children between the ages of 4 and 14. The collection is focused on promoting peace and looking at peace from different artistic viewpoints.
The materials in the Aschliman Peace Arts Collection are available to student teachers and those at the college working with children, but it is also available to the public. To learn more about Kathryn Aschliman and APAC, please click here.
The Royer Room is a children's collection located in the basement of the library. While the primary purpose of this collection is to support the Education Department's curriculum, this collection is also open to faculty, staff, and students.
The Goshen College library maintains a collection of “popular reading” materials in the Reading Room. This collection of books includes award winning novels, graphic novels, best sellers, science fiction, mystery, fantasy, poetry, and other popular genres.
The library maintains a collection of around 100 board games. These games range from pen and paper RPGs to family games, Euro games, and everything in between! Find them on the first floor in the Reference Room.