Open book

Toni Jensen Reading

Toni Jensen will present a reading on Wed, October 8 at 7 p.m. in Room LL430 of the SDSU Library as part of the Fall 2014 Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers Series. The event is free and open to all.

Event details >>
Computers

Computing help

The Student Computing Center (2nd floor of Love Library) can help you with connecting to the wifi, downloading software, troubleshooting laptop problems, using Blackboard, and creating Rohan email accounts.

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Display screen

Collaborative study spaces

Connect your laptop or tablet to one of our display screens in the Reference Area, and show off your presentation.  Perfect for group projects and no need for reservations!


Spirit Lab exhibit

Spirit Lab exhibit

Check out our new exhibit, Spirit Lab: New Religious Thought in the Golden State, located in the Donor Hall of Love Library.

Exhibit webpage >>

Library Blogs

Library

Chamber music Art Under the Dome
September 29, 2014

We are pleased to announce the return of our popular "Art Under the Dome" series.  Read on for more information.

Reference

Two men working Chat with a Research Expert
September 23, 2014

Did you know that the librarians at SDSU have combined subject expertise in nearly 100 subjects? Read on to find out more.

Special Collections & University Archives

Banned Comics badge Banned Books Week Celebrates Comic Art!
September 17, 2014

Banned Books Week is turning thirty-two this year. 

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.