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Open Access @ SDSU

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October 19-25, 2015 is International Open Access Week!  The library is launching our Open Access Research Guide.

Online access to the Chronicle of Higher Education

The Chronicle of Higher Education

We're pleased to announce that San Diego State now has online access to the Chronicle of Higher Education!

What's changed about the website? Logins

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One notable change on the library's website is that we've put all the possible library-related logins in one place.

Digital Scholarship Workshop Series

Attend a digital scholarship workshop

Are you a digital scholar? The library is holding a series of workshops in October promoting skills and tools for digital scholarship, and all faculty and students are invited to attend!

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Self Guided Tour

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Learn about the library’s services, materials, and history with our self-guided tour.

Textbooks on Reserve

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Thanks to generous funding received from the President’s Leadership Fund, many textbooks that students need will be found on Course Reserves. 

The $10,000 grant will purchase over 120 textbooks—thanks in part to our partnership with Aztec Shops, who gave us a generous discount. We decided which textbooks to buy based on the highest number of students expected in a class. 

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