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Library Support For
Discover recommended resources for your subject and guides to help you improve your research skills.
Offers free, one-on-one help for all U of S students online and in person.
Math & Stats Help
Bring your homework for drop-in help. Primarily for first year and introductory math courses.
Study Skills Help
Improve your time management, notetaking, and exam prep skills to succeed in your classes.
Information and resources especially for graduate students including thesis help, publishing your work, student-supervisor relationships, and more.
Your librarian can provide customized information literacy workshops, resources, and library orientations for your classes.
Place items from your course syllabus on reserve for your students. Learn how to use direct, permanent links to electronic resources.
Request a Purchase
Is there something the library doesn't have that would benefit your students? Submit a request to your subject librarian.
Copyright at the U of S is now part of the library. Learn how we can support the use of copyrighted materials in the classroom and your syllabus.
Find Research Resources
Help finding and using information formats (government information, data, statistics, GIS, maps, patents, etc.)
Learn how the library can support your scholarly career including the importance of open access, avoiding predatory publishers, and using research metrics.
Copyright at the U of S is now part of the library. Learn how we can support your research and help you obtain clearance to use copyrighted materials appropriately.
Institutional Repository (eCommons)
Preserves and promotes the discovery of research, scholarly, and artistic work by the U of S community including electronic theses and dissertations.