Create short links to articles to which the library subscribes and grab the citation as HTML for your online reading list.
Course Reserves: Books
Find out how to put a book on reserve for your class.
Course Reserves: Media
Find out how to put a film on reserve for your class.
Librarians have developed course-specific guides, with links to relevant resources.
Book a library instruction session for your class, including sessions in Special Collections and University Archives. Find out how the library can support your teaching.
Find out how to embed library resources into your Blackboard course.
Find out how to improve student access to course materials through the use of Open Educational Resources (OER).
Librarians have developed tutorials on plagiarism and paraphrasing, which can be used in conjunction with a class assignment.
Room reservation is for special events for SDSU faculty and staff only. All other groups should contact SDSU Business Affairs for reservation options.
Recommend material that you feel should be added to the library collection.
OneSearch provides access to the 8 million items previously found in the SDSU Online Catalog, along with results from nearly 200 journal database packages. Faculty may check out books for 365 days, with one renewal. Additional information about borrowing services.
Online syllabi collection for San Diego State University.
Describes the SDSU recommended software packages (both free and fee) for keeping tracking of all your articles, books, etc.
Find out about library data hosting and description services to help satisfy grant applications.
Find the librarian with expertise in your subject area.
Explains journal metrics and describes journal ranking tools available at SDSU. One of 3 guides in the Measuring your Research Impact (MyRI) series.
See what's new in your subject area. Click the share this page/RSS button to add it to your RSS feed reader.
Faculty may access library resources from off-campus, after authenticating with your SDSUid and password.
Help for your questions about library resources in person, by phone, by text, by email, and by 24/7 online chat.
Librarians have developed subject-specific research guides, with links to relevant subject databases and related resources.
Proxy cards permit faculty to designate individuals of their choosing to borrow library material in their name. Forms are available at the circulation/course reserves desk.