The University Library provides information resources and services to students, faculty, and staff at three library locations: the John T. Richardson Library in Lincoln Park, the Loop Library in the DePaul Center, and the Vincent G. Rinn Law Library. The suburban campuses have access to the full array of electronic resources provided by the Library as well as delivery service for print materials. Online journals, e-books, and scholarly databases are available remotely as well as on campus. Print books, physical media and journal collections in the campus libraries may be supplemented with direct borrowing from other Illinois libraries through the I-Share consortium and outside Illinois through the ILLiad inter-library loan system. Librarians provide research support and information literacy instruction in person and via the online "Ask a Librarian" email, text and chat reference services. Special Collections and Archives provides a gateway for research utilizing rich primary source materials, unpublished documents, rare and specialized books, maps, graphic materials, and three dimensional objects. The Information Commons, located on the first floor of the John T. Richardson Library, provides academic support services and spaces for collaborative work. Group study rooms, media:scape tables and quiet study areas are available at both the Loop and the Richardson Library.
Additional information is available from the DePaul University Library.