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Graduate Student Services & Library Guide   Tags: graduate students  

A guide to library services and resources specifically for Graduate Students.
Last Updated: Nov 7, 2013 URL: http://library.stevens.edu/graduate_students Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library FAQ

How do I find a book or eBook?
Library Catalog

Where can I find articles, books, eBooks, conference papers, dissertations, theses, statistics, and patents?
Online Resources 

How can I search across most library databases at simultaneously?
OneSearch

Does the library have a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper? 
Full-Text Journal Finder

How do I choose the right research resources and library databases? 
Research Guides

Where can I find a list of databases that focus on my field of study? 
Resources by Subject LibGuides

Does the library have how-to videos? 
YouTube channel

I know what type of material I need...where do I find it?
Where to find what

Borrowing Books

Your Stevens ID acts as your library card, and is used to check books out.

Books that you have borrowed from the library may be renewed online within the Stevens Library Catalog using your myStevens username & password. 

You may have up to 10 books checked out at the same time.

Reserve materials and selected textbooks are available for use inside the library only, in two-hour increments.  Reserve items are available at the Circulation Services Desk.  Bring your Stevens ID.

Off-Campus Access

Online library databases and resources are available from off-campus via the EZ-Proxy server using your myStevens credentials.

Submitting Your Thesis or Dissertation

 

Upcoming Events and Workshops

Get to know the library building

PLEASE NOTE: Your Stevens ID is required for entrance to the library building.

Quiet Study Areas are located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the library building.

The Graduate Study Lounge is located on the 3rd floor of the library.  Your Stevens ID card is required for entrance.

The America's Cup Cafe is located on the 1st floor of the library.  America's Cup Cafe serves Starbucks coffee, beverages, and snacks.

Food and drinks are permitted inside the library building.  We ask that you do not bring food & drinks near the library computer workstations.  Please help keep the library clean by using proper trash receptacles.

Study rooms

You can reserve study rooms for 1, 2, or up to 5 people on the second and third floors of the library for 4 hours at a time. Reservations are made online. You must bring a $10 cash deposit and your Stevens ID to the Circulation Services Desk and ask for the key to a study room. When the 4 hours are finished, please bring the key to the Desk and you will be given your ID and $10 deposit.

 

Printing, Copying & Scanning

The printers are networked.  You can download the printer drivers onto your laptop and send print jobs to the networked printer. 

Printing and copying costs and more information are listed on the library's guide for Printing, Copying, and Scanning.

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Ask us!

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Samuel C. Williams Library
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T (201) 216-5361
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Laptop Lending Program

Now available!

A new program for Fall 2013, students can now borrow laptops for use within the library. Once checked out from the Circulation Desk they can go anywhere within the building for a period of four hours.

See Laptop Lending for further information.

 

Research Help

Research Help is available Monday through Friday, 9am to 6pm in-person at the Reference and Research Services desk, and also via email, telephone (201-216-5200), IM chat, text (201-399-2792), Twitter, and our Ask a Librarian service.

We look forward to seeing you in the library.  Please do not hesitate to ask if you have any questions about your research or about the library’s services or resources.  Let us know how we can help!

 

Getting Books and Articles from Other Schools

Books, journal articles, and dissertations that are not available in the library or in a library subscription database can be requested through Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery Services (ILL/DDS).  There is no charge for borrowing books through ILL/DDS, and books must be picked up in the library.  Article requests cost $1, dissertations cost $10.

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