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Our interlibrary loan department is able to request articles from other libraries for you and email them to you.
In addition, if you use the "Notes" field of the request indicating that you are off campus, our interlibrary loan department will scan locally owned print articles and small portions of books (typically less than 10% of the book) and email the scans to you.
Since complete books and other physical items can only be lent on campus, they are not available for off-campus studies programs. However, you may be able to make use of local libraries that allow public access. For advice on working with local libraries, talk to your librarian.
In addition, you can access portions of our physical collection by using Interlibrary Loan. Simply use the "Notes" field of the request form to indicating that you are on an off-campus program and our interlibrary loan department will scan locally owned print articles and small portions of books (typically less than 10% of the book) and email the scans to you.
If you have an article citation and want to know if we have access to the full text, this is the best place to search for the publication title to see if we have access and which spans of time our access covers.
For a richer journal browsing experience, try BrowZine!
Our librarians create guides (like this one!) for faculty and students. Under "Subject Guides" you'll find research guides for each major. "Course Guides" are for classes we support this term (you may request one of these by contacting a librarian associated with your program's academic discipline). General guides include things like how to download and install EndNote, Zotero, or Mendeley, how to naviage government documents, and the like.