Relax with a movie

We have a great selection of new and old movies, plus tv shows that you can binge on.  Watch them in the Media Center (basement of the Dome) or borrow a DVD for 4 days and take it home.  Plus, they're free!

New DVDs >>
Book-eye scanner

Need to scan documents?

The library has overhead "book-eye" scanners and regular flatbed scanners for your use.  PDFs can be saved to a USB drive or emailed.

Locations of all scanners >>
Reference desk

Reference Services

Reference librarians are here to answer your questions about where to find information on different topics.  You can also get your library questions answered by emailing us, calling us, texting us or using the 24/7 chat service.

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Library Blogs


Remote access login page Remote access to library resources
October 29, 2014

Are you working on a paper or project from home and need to use library resources?  It's easy to access our article databases remotely!


close up of keyboard Finding Articles: How Do I Choose the Right Database?
October 28, 2014

Need to find a full text article on a specific topic, but not sure where to look? Read on to get started.

Special Collections & University Archives

Vesalius Invasion of the Anatomical Body Snatchers!
October 27, 2014

October - the month when ghosts, ghouls, creepy crawlies, witches, monsters and other ghastly (but probably fictional) things come out to play.  So in celebration of All Hallow's Eve, we'd like to showcase some real-life creepers - historic anatomical prints.

Library Technology

Macbook Pro Borrow a Macbook Pro
August 27, 2014

We have 6 new Macbook Pro laptops available for lending (to SDSU students only) in the Media Center.  Read on for details on how to borrow one.

Digital Projects

First graders staffing & using a supermarket mockup A school within a school
August 1, 2014

Originally called the “Training School,” the Campus Laboratory School was a real elementary, middle and high school.

Information Literacy & Instruction

Faculty: Are you updating your syllabus?
August 7, 2014

It’s not too early to request a library instruction session for your students.  Use our online request form.  Library & Information Access offers a wide range of instruction and tours, from basic orientation through highly specialized research guidance.