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Domeside Pickup

Need a book from the library?

Our new contactless pickup will get you the materials you need while the Library's print collections are still closed. 

Need a book or DVD from the stacks?

  1. Login to OneSearch with your SDSUid and password.
  2. Find the book or DVD you want.
  3. Under Request Options, click Place a Hold on this Item. 
  4. We are pulling books on Mondays.

New Social Justice Collection

Our Social Justice Collection has launched!


As announced in a statement from Interim Dean Patrick McCarthy, the Library has established a Social Justice Collection of materials that support research and inquiry into issues of social justice in America.

Statement from the Dean

We in the library value diversity, equity and inclusion.

The recent and past deaths of people of color through police violence are unacceptable. We support the nationwide demonstrations determined to bring about meaningful and lasting change. We are deeply saddened by the impact this difficult time has had on our students, the SDSU community, and the wider community around our campus. As part of the SDSU community, we join with University President Adela de la Torre in declaring that, “We must do better and be better, and we will.”

New Library Dean

Provost Ochoa appoints Scott Walter as new dean of the Library.

Walter, whose appointment begins July 31, currently serves as university librarian and professor at Illinois Wesleyan University. Joining SDSU, Walter succeeds Gale Etschmaier, who retired in fall 2018, and Patrick McCarthy, who is serving as interim dean. 

buildIT Spring Projects

When buildIT's staff member and student assistants couldn't be in the physical space to be creative together, they quickly transfered their skills to virtual projects. 

 
Amaya's weekly build IT Projectshttps://www.instagram.com/buildit.sdsulibrary/ 

Digital Humanities Virtual Gathering

In lieu of our annual Digital Humanities Showcase, we'll be hosting an informal virtual social gathering to celebrate the survival of the semester. Members of your household, including fur babies, are invited!

Register here to receive a Google Calendar invite with Zoom link.

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool a Week: Adobe Audition for Podcasting

The Digital Humanities virtual Tool a Week series is an informal opportunity to learn about a new DH tool. We'll spend the hour exploring how we might use various tools for DH project work and research. No experience or prior knowledge is required!

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool a Week: Audacity for Podcasting

The Digital Humanities virtual Tool a Week series is an informal opportunity to learn about a new DH tool. We'll spend the hour exploring how we might use various tools for DH project work and research. No experience or prior knowledge is required!

Digital Humanities Virtual Reading Circle

Even though the semester is winding to a close, there's still time to contemplate new pedagogical possibilities! Join us for a virtual DH reading circle as we discuss Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and ExperimentsDigital Pedagogy in the Humanities is a curated collection of reusable resources for teaching and research. Organized by keyword, each annotated artifact can be saved, shared, and downloaded.

Digital Humanities Virtual Tool a Week: Voyant for Text Analysis

The Digital Humanities virtual Tool a Week series is an informal opportunity to learn about a new DH tool. We'll spend the hour exploring how we might use various tools for DH project work and research. No experience or prior knowledge is required!

This week's tool: Voyant for Text Analysis

What you need: This is browser-based software that doesn't require any downloads or installations. Feel free to bring a text file to play with!

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