Be sure you know your SU user ID and password. It is required to access online resources from off campus. If you have a problem with your SU user ID and password, contact the IT HELP DESK at 570-372-4502. See the Help Desk hours here: https://www.susqu.edu/campus-life/student-and-campus-services/information-technology-and-helpdesk
If you have a problem accessing library materials from off-campus, please contact Robert Gessner at email@example.com
2021 Summer Session Library Hours:
Monday - Friday To Be Announced
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Closed Memorial Day and Independence Day
Remember--you MUST cite the sources that you use. Within most guides there is a link to citation formats.There is a Citations and Bibliographies Research Guide that lists many different styles and examples of each. Your professor will recommend a citation style (if he or she doesn't, ask!).
EBooks contain overviews of topics, historical context, and/or different aspects of a topic. You don't necessarily have to read an entire book to get the information you need. Once you have accessed the book you can:
Note that our EBook collections contain 2 reference collections. Use encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc., in those collections for a quick overview of a topic, plus names, places, dates to get you started.
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You can customize Google Scholar to link to full-text in Susquehanna's databases and to our interlibrary loan forms.
Google Scholar→Settings→Library Links→type Susquehanna University, search, check boxes. Save