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Access and Affordability: Student Resources at the Library

by Jacob Smit on 2022-11-29T14:00:00-08:00 | Comments

Being familiar with everything available to you helps you succeed as a student––where to ask the right questions, which database to search, how to locate a book that the library doesn't seem to have. The Seattle University Library is dedicated to creating an information ecosystem for students that eliminates barriers of access and affordability. With an abundance of online databases and information resources, students have little need for things like shadow libraries (which have been in the news recently due to the shutdown "ZLibrary") and can go straight to the reliable source. In a way, the biggest challenge for students at Seattle University is knowing what they have available to them!

Learn about your resources in the recent article published in SU Today, Access and Affordability: Student Resources at the Library.

 


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