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Graduate Level Research in Education: A Guide: Home & Finding Books
Introduction to USU Library Services for Statewide Campus/Online Students
USU faculty members, staff, and students who live in Cache Valley may visit the Merrill-Cazier Library to check out books and other materials and to photocopy articles from periodicals that aren't accessible online.
All requests from students outside Cache Valley are now being handled throughInterlibrary Loan (RSDD). Hopefully, this will streamline the process - now you can always use your ILL account to request anything you can't get online. Students residing in Cache Valley should use ILL services whenever USU does not own an item in print or electronically.
Reciprocal Borrowing: All USU students are able to check out materials from all Academic Libraries in Utah. To do so, bring your USU ID Card or Legal ID and proof of current registration.
*For more information on services and policies for Statewide Campus and online students, view the Statewide Campus LibGuide.
Use the Library Catalog to search for subjects, books and journals that USU owns.
Eloise Bellard and Lois O' Neill's interactive tutorial is a great way to get an understanding of how to conduct a literature review. Please note that the examples of searches are not from databases relevant to USU and that they do not show sample citations in APA format.
You can access nearly all of the library databases, e-journals, and
electronic books from anywhere in the
world. You will be prompted to enter your A# and pin when you click on a
database or electronic book. Once you enter your information, you
should have access. If you have trouble with access, contact me.