Answered By: Donna Stewart Last Updated: Aug 26, 2020 Views: 14
We know you rely on our print Textbook Center, so we're not going to close it down, but for everyone's safety, we must quarantine materials between uses. The usual 2-hour loan periods will still apply, and our KIC scanners will be available for you. We realize this will create difficulties, and we're here to try and help in any way we can, including helping your professors find alternates to print textbooks.
- E-BOOKS ON ELECTRONIC COURSE RESERVE
Remember, you already have electronic access to dozens of required textbooks and other required reading through electronic course reserves. Start there!
- Library Support for Online Teaching and Learning
The link above is just one part of a whole new Research Guide that your librarians at CSU have quickly compiled, to help you navigate online learning and teaching, NOW.
- VIDEO: What if I can't afford my textbook? Exploring Textbook Options
A new video put together over the summer by CSU Librarian Mandi Goodsett and CSU 3rd year student Jared Craigo, offering honest, practical advice especially for CSU students.
Talk to us! Like you, some of us are on campus, and others are working remotely. We're all here for you - wherever you are. The Library's online chat and email reference services are still available, and as always, you're welcome to contact your Personal Librarian by email, phone, or chat.
Tell us which books you need, and let us try to track them down for you. You can help us out by reminding your professors that we're here for them, too. We have access to resources, but we need to know what you need, so don't hesitate to reach out.