Happy Fall semester 2017 to all you new and returning Toreros out there! This post highlight a few ways that Copley Library can help you succeed in the classroom this fall!
Do you need some help getting started on that first research paper or class project? Visit the reference desk and speak with one of the subject specialist in person or use the Ask a Librarian service to chat, email, text or call on the Reference Librarians; you can also search our Ask a Librarian knowledge base to find answers to frequently asked questions.
Need scholarly articles or books to support your work? Copley has many resources and services to help you with all your scholarly projects. You can start your search in our Online Catalog; this allows you to filter search results to find precisely what you need. If Copley does not own the material you want, we can get it for you. To borrow books we do not have from another San Diego library, search the Circuit Catalog. To borrow other resources we do not own use our Inter-Library Loan Service. Finally, if you are looking for scholarly articles or other information resources such as newspapers, indexes and encyclopedias you can search our list of online research databases.
Need some help developing your research skills or learning how to use a specific library resource or tool? Copley Library offer lots of great workshops every semester so take a look at our workshops calendar and reserve your spot today!