1) Open the above pdf form.
2) Download it to your PC. And note the location of the downloaded file. Close out the browser tab/window. Open your downloaded copy of the file.
3) Fill in all the fields and then hit Submit. You will be prompted to open an email. Choose desktop email application and it will automatically attach itself to that email and send it to the Library Inbox.
If you want, you can fill in the form and print the form before you exit and then fax it to the Library (330-379-5034). Or, open the form, fill in the fields and then print-form-as-PDF.. Then you'll be prompted to save the filled-in PDF file. Next, open a new email and and attach your PDF to an email, addressed to email@example.com
General Hours of Library Staffing: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (no staffing on weekends of holidays)
Main Library Contacts:
Main Library Phone No: 330-375-3260 | Main Library Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Library Fax: 330-379--5034 (new fax #)
Information Services Librarian
South Pavilion, Akron Campus, Ground Floor, Suite G-3
55 Arch St. Suite G-3
Akron, OH 44304
Hours & Access:
All Summa employees have access during the hours the library is staffed.
The library is staffed with professional librarians as follows: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-4:30 PM
After Hours: All physicians, residents, & fellows and, upon arrangement*, most other licensed healthcare workers have after-hours access via badge proximity reader. All other types of employees may have temporary after-hours access if needed. See a librarian for details.*
Badge Access: Your Summa ID badge is required to enter via proximity badge reader. The library is not open to the public so there is controlled access on the door. Tap your badge to enter. If your badge doesn't work, ring the doorbell and a staff member will let you in. You must have your badge with you and be able to show it to the librarians, even if off-the-clock.
* If you desire & qualify for after-hours access to the library as a licensed healthcare worker, contact one of the librarians for assistance. Employees who are not licensed healthcare workers, should also seek assistance from a librarian if they need or want this kind of access.