This tutorial consists of five modules including topics such as off-campus access, journal articles, books, interlibrary loan (ILL) etc... Each module contains several boxes of information that you should read and/or watch. Once you have reviewed the material you may proceed to your D2L quiz link.
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The Library's website is the gateway to all resources and services available to you for your research and other course assignments including:
- Books, journals, magazines, videos, and other resources
- Research assistance from librarians
- Interlibrary Loan
- RefWorks - Citation Management
has a particular journal article. What can you do?
Use the link above for more information about...
- Emailing your question(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org (answered usually within an hour during regular Reference Desk hours)
- Calling us at: 320-308-4755 or 1-877-856-9786 during reference desk hours
- Requesting a research consultation
- Chatting 24/7
Use the Books and More Catalog (MnPALS Plus) to find books in the library. You may search by author, title, subject or keyword. Once you have identified and determined that the books you are interested in are available, you may come to the library locate them on the shelf and check them out or follow the steps below for home delivery.
For home delivery the library will pay for the cost of one-way delivery to your home. You will be responsible only for the cost of mailing the book back to the library before the due date, using the pre-addressed return label that accompanies the book. You will need to make your request through our Interlibrary Loan (ILL) page which is available on the library's homepage. Your request will take at least 2-10 days and possibly longer if you are requesting home delivery.
Journal Articles and E-Books
You have access to over 125 library databases, 20,000 full-text electronic journals, and 13,000 electronic books and reference sources through the SCSU library. All of these resources for locating or accessing articles, electronic books, and statistical data services can be used from any location on or off-campus.
When you are conducting research from off campus you will be prompted to login using your StarID and password. Once you enter this information you will be able to access the Library's online databases, journal articles, and eBooks.
Contact AskRef (320-308-4755 or email@example.com) or HuskyTech (320-308-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for:
- Problems connecting to a library database, an electronic journal, or an electronic book
- Prompts for logons other than your StarID and password
- Assistance with creating direct links to full-text articles
Professor, Research Librarian