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Take the 2022 Library Survey

The University Library is collecting feedback from students on their experience with the library. Please respond by May 6, 2022.

Spring Break Hours

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Sticking around for Spring Break?  Don't worry, we're here too. 

Special Hours

Searching for Patents

Partial Patent Definition

Tips on why patents matter and how to find them.

Patent Research

2022 Student Research Symposium Library Award Winners

Congratulations!

Congrats to everyone who participated in this year's SRS, especially the 4 students who won a Library Award!

SRS Library Award Winners

Waging Peace in Vietnam Exhibit

Waging Peace in Vietnam

New exhibit in the Donor Hall

Exhibit Info

Books about Ukraine

Map of Ukraine from Britannica, https://www.britannica.com/place/Ukraine#/media/1/612921/61887

Curious to learn more about Ukraine's history and culture? We have a few books to help you get started.

Donbas Conflict in Ukraine: Elites, Protest, and Partition (ebook, available as of 3/2/2022)

The emergence of Ukraine : self-determination, occupation, and war in Ukraine, 1917-1922 (ebook)

New Additions to our Social Justice Collection

sample titles from social justice collection

More books that support research and inquiry into issues of social justice in America.

Social Justice Collection

Spring 2022 Living Writers Series

Markel Tumlin and Meagan Marshall

Get a preview of this semester's Living Writers Series! The first reading is Wed, Feb 16.

Spring 2022 Living Writers Series

Recommended Winter Break Reading from the SDSU Librarians

We hope you have time to enjoy a good book over the winter break. Here are some suggestions from the SDSU Librarians and the NPR 2021 Books We Love list. The links point to the SDSU Library catalog for easy reference.

Does the Library Have My Textbook?

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We have many textbooks on course reserves that you can check out.

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