News & Announcements

  • Mental Health Month

    May is Mental Health Month

    Mental Health Month is a monthlong campaign to help Americans learn more about mental health, mental illnesses, and substance misuse. Every May, the United States government and non-profits work to eliminate stigma, help people seek help, and educate the public about the realities of mental health and well-being.

  • Finding Maps

    Finding Maps

    Use our handy research guide to find California, US, and world maps, as well tips on using atlases, gazetteers, and map projections.

  • Posters from Pragda Film Collection

    Pragda Film Collection

    A collection of Spanish language films that illuminate the culture of Latin America and Spain.

  • SDSU students jumping for joy outside the library

    Accessing Library Resources After Graduation

    Graduating this spring and want to know how you can continue to access library materials when you are no longer enrolled?

  • Career & Job Resources

    Career & Job Resources

    This guide will help you explore careers, find jobs and internships, prepare for your interview, and prepare for your salary negotiation.

  • Person writing with a stack of books

    Get Help Citing Your Sources

    A guide to the various citation styles, plus links to citation management tools.

  • Each story matters every child counts

    El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros

    Celebrate El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros, Children’s Day/Book Day from now through the end of April by visiting our El Día book exhibit in the children’s collection on the fourth floor of the SDSU Love Library.

  • The Vogue Archive

    The Vogue Archive

    Contains the entire run of Vogue magazine (US edition) from 1892 to the present day, reproduced in high-resolution color page images. Trial access thru 7/1/2024.

  • Who what when

    Evaluating Sources

    Once you find information resources, it is critical that you evaluate the sources to be sure they are credible and authoritative sources to use to support the arguments or factual claims you make in your in your paper or projects.

  • IMAC and SDSU folks

    Preserving and Revealing Tijuana’s Past Thanks to an NEH Grant

    San Diego State University has been awarded a Humanities Collections and References Resources Grant for $336,762 by the National Endowment for the Humanities for its project, “Preserving and Revealing Tijuana’s Past.”