Digital collections

Digital Collections has a new look

Explore our new map that helps locate photos on campus, or browse all of our photos, yearbooks, newspapers, art and more at:

Books and computer

Citing Sources

Need help citing sources in your research paper?  We have all the style manuals, links to websites with examples, and information on software packages that can format and organize your sources.

More information on citing sources >>
Students with laptop

Wireless Printing

Send documents from your laptop, tablet or smartphone and pick them up at public print stations throughout the Library.

Send e-mail with attachment(s) to:

Library Blogs


New library faculty
November 14, 2014

We are pleased to welcome Katie Houk to the SDSU Library!


Google Scholar logo Using Google Scholar Effectively
November 18, 2014

This blog post will introduce you to Google Scholar and show you how to use it more effectively to help you in your research process.  Read on to learn why Google Scholar should be used to compliment not replace SDSU’s research Databases.

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

Not sure what to watch? Movie recs now online
November 7, 2014

If you've been down to the Media Center recently, you may have seen the display of film recommendations put together by their staff.

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.