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The resources below are designed by our librarians to help you find what you need!
Whether you need to reserve a study room, borrow an anatomy model, or Zoom with your liaison, our guides below have you covered!
This guide has been curated by librarian Sarah Meisch-Lacombe in support of the new Social Work program.
Textbooks are costly. While administrators and faculty make the decisions about course materials, the library does what we can to help. Look for your course on the guide linked above to see if we have an eTextbook for checkout!
Having a world of information at your fingertips doesn't mean it's easy to find what you need. We can help you get to the resources you didn't even know you needed!
Research Support Guides
Having issues because the library website doesn't work the same way off campus as it does on campus? You're not the only one! We're always happy to walk you through problem but we also have a guide for the DIYers out there.
Whether you're writing your first college paper or your first professional article, our writing and citing guides can help you nail it!
Writing & Citing
While the primary mission of the library is to support research and learning, we don't want to stop there! Learning should be lifelong, and it should be fun. Check out our outreach and special topics for events, displays, workshops, and more!