Access articles on your topic by searching in general or subject-specific databases through ResearchPort. Articles are often available online in full-text format.
Access electronic journals by title (especially useful if you have an article citation in hand) through ResearchPort. Articles may be available online in full-text format.
Access faculty-assigned supplemental course materials and readings through the library website. Articles are in full-text-format (requires a faculty-supplied password).
A PDF document containing directions for accessing E-Reserves is available. View Directions
View e-Reserves information for: Students Faculty
Access electronic government documents on your topic by searching the library catalog (limit to 'Government Documents' in the location field of the search screen).
Access additional electornic government information: Subject Guide
Access thousands of full-text electronic book titles by selecting the EBSCO eBooks database through ResearchPort.
Borrow books in person at any of the USMAI libraries by presenting your SU Gull Card. For SU patrons who do not have a Gull Card, submit an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org and an acceptable substitute card will be emailed within 3 business days. Present this card, along with another form of identification, at time of service.
Direct that a circulating book owned by any USMAI library be sent to another USMAI library or delivery site near you for pickup and return thruogh Direct Borrowing.
A brief library tutorial about Direct Borrowing is available. View Tutorial
For books not owned by SU or any USMAI library, you may request books owned by other US libraries through ILLiad.
For articles from journals not owned by SU (print or electronic), you may request articles from journals owned by othe US libraries through ILLiad.
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