Your librarians offer a range of services and resources to support your teaching and research and to help students be successful in their learning. If you don't see what you are interested in below, please don't hesitate to ask!
What we offer:
Instruction: Librarian-led instruction and mini-lessons, embedded in your research projects at their point of need, and tailored to help your students' be successful in their research.
LibGuides: Request a resource guide for a selected topic or to support ongoing research in your classes. Collaboratively plan with your librarian so that it fulfills your learning objectives.
Reserve the Library: Bring your class to the library for a period, a series of classes or a special event and take advantage of its flexibility as a learning space and a beautiful place to work and read in. If you would like a librarian to be available to help your students research and find good books to read plan ahead and make a request.
Request Library purchases: Suggest resources to add to our print and digital collections to support your curriculum, to grow our professional collection or to read for pleasure. We welcome your input!
What your librarians need from you:
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Visit nytimes.com/Mobile to download your free NYT apps.
Select any magazine to view in digital format.
To access off campus, enter the username & password found on the Database Passwords page.
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