You must sign up while on campus, after that you can access from anywhere
You must use your @svc.edu email
Once signed up, you will have access for 364 days before having to re-register
Note: This does not apply to the mobile app, but to the Times's web site. (Which you CAN access on a mobile device... confused? Ask a librarian!)
Search books (including eBooks), print journals, videos, and other materials physically housed in the SVC library. You can also log in to check your due dates, renew books, and place holds! If you can't find anything, don't panic! Ask a librarian - we know the system really well and can help you.
Use these guides to access library resources by subject, plus web sites we've found useful and credible.
This is also where you'll find guides for specific courses.
Thanks to the Meder Discovery Fund, we are able to purchase most textbooks for use inside the library. Your instructor may have put other items on reserve as well.
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First - check out our page on citations and plagiarism.
Then, do you need help organizing your reference lists for a bunch of different projects? Do you want to use the database "folders" option, but are working in more than one database? Citation management tools (or "reference management software") can help you get organized.
This guide explains the basics about some of the free options available to you.
Stages of research anxiety, based on Carol Kuhlthau's Information Search Process (ISP) model
Do you need help organizing your reference lists? Do you use the database "folders" option, but work in more than one database? Citation management tools (or reference management software) can help. This guide explains the basics about some of the free options available to you.
Prefer video? Here's one created by librarians at California State, Fullerton.
So what exactly happens when you hit SEARCH? Matt from Google explains.