Relay's Library contains access to thousands of scholarly journals, electronic books focused on K-12 education, Relay and teacher produced videos, news videos, K-12 curriculum materials, and more! Most of these resources are available online, which means that you can access them 24/7 from the comfort of your home or work. All that’s needed to access resources is an internet connection and your Relay user name and password.
Use the search box below to search for materials in the Relay library catalog! You can search for materials by their title, author, or keyword. If you are looking for materials online, be sure to select "Full Text Online" from the search results on the left.
For a list of the most commonly used resources in the library, check out the Relay Library Highlighted Resources guide.
If you need help or have questions about:
Let us know! You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the 24/7 Ask A Librarian service using the chatbox below.
Through the Relay library, you have access to thousands of digital resources, including ebooks, journals, articles, videos, newspapers and magazines, worksheets, lesson plans, and other classroom and curriculum materials! You can access all of this and more through our website, relay.edu/library.
Students can access ebooks through the library search! Filter by "Full Text" to find ebooks.
You can contact us via email at email@example.com; or you can ask a question using our 24/7 Ask A Librarian chat, which you can access through Canvas or using this link.
You bet! We're happy to set up a meeting to talk about your research, discuss ways to be a more efficient researcher, review APA citation formatting, help you find materials for your classroom, and more! We're happy to meet with you online through video chat. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
The answer to this question depends on a lot of things! Some basic troubleshooting tips:
During the school year, the library is staffed Monday-Thursday from 3-7pm and Saturdays from 9am-4pm. NOTE: Due to COVID-19, the New York campus library space is currently closed.
You can bring drinks in closed containers and dry snack foods - however, we ask that you keep any wet foods or open containers in the student pantry. Additionally, please consider your fellow library patrons before bringing snacks that are very loud or strong smelling.
You can check out books for 4 weeks!
We're always happy to receive requests and recommendations for books to add to our collection! Whether or not we purchase the book will depend on several factors (such as the cost, whether it fits in with our collection, and whether we have similar books that cover the same topic). You can email your requests to us at email@example.com. If we are able to fulfill your request, we will send you a notification when the book has arrived. If not, we may be able to request the book for you via interlibrary loan or suggest alternatives.
Students can borrow wall plugs and micro USB or lightning charging cables from the library; we also have headphones and ethernet cables available at the front desk. Unfortunately, we do not currently have laptops or laptop chargers to loan.
We have most basic office supplies (pens and pencils, colored pencils, crayons, chart and whiteboard markers, paper, cardstock, paper clips, staplers, tape, 3-hole punch, etc.). We also have a printer/copy machine; a laminator; a comb binder; and die cut machines, all available for students to use for free at any time.