When you visit our libraries and collections you can access materials and documents you won't find anywhere else. You can take advantage of our technical resources on site, such as computer labs equipped with GIS software and other hardware. Or, apply for a study carrel, where you can work and store materials on the premises.
Take advantage of the services we offer to student scholars.
Subject-Specific SupportOur Subject Librarians offer one-on-one research consultations and online research guides in your field.
Request scans of articles and chapters, route books to the circulation desk for easy pickup or use interlibrary loan to expand your search.
Find links to the resources you'll need as you work, whether you are conducting your own research or assisting faculty.
Dissertation and Thesis Resources
Find other dissertations and theses:
Use citation management tools:
Research Discovery ToolsThe Lean Library browser extension makes it simple to access academic articles, journals and databases licensed by the Libraries while searching the web. Install the browser extension via the Lean Library website and begin using it in your workflow.
With "proxy borrowing privileges", a research assistant can borrow items for a faculty member.
If you are a research assistant looking for proxy borrowing privileges for a faculty member, that faculty member can fill out the form authorizing proxy borrowing privileges for you online. Once established, you can use your Wildcard to charge items to the faculty member's account on their behalf.
Instructional Tools & Services
As a teaching assistant or research assistant, you may need to take advantage of services to support your teaching:
Learn more about:
Distance Learning Research Services
Off-campus patrons, including those in the School of Professional Studies, can take advantage of the Libraries' online services and resources. Request article and book delivery, chat with a librarian, and schedule research consultations from afar.