Subject librarians help all members of the campus community access and effectively use information resources. We meet with individuals and small groups for research consultations, provide library instruction sessions for classes, assist with selecting books and other materials, and provide information on library policies and procedures. Each university department has a designated subject librarian who is the main contact person in the library for students, staff, and faculty.
Subject librarians support classroom learning at SDSU by providing instruction sessions on finding, accessing, and evaluating information resources. Our instruction sessions are tailored to your class and range from a brief introduction to the library to in-depth sessions. We can create supporting materials such as short videos, handouts, and course or research guides. And, we're available to help you design effective research assignments.
Information on copyright law, SDSU and BOR copyright policies, and guidelines for using materials.
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Reserves: Make required or supplemental items available for students to use on a short-term basis or link to online library resources in your D2L course.
Research Impact: Show the impact of your scholarship or creative activity through traditional and altmetric methods.
EndNote: Manage your citations and create formatted bibliographies with this reference management software.
EndNote Click: Formerly known as Kopernio, use the EndNote Click browser add-on to connect to the library's journal subscriptions and open access content, making PDFs easily accessible and adding them to your EndNote library.
Open PRAIRIE: Submit materials to SDSU's institutional repository, or search for materials in the repository.
Proxy Form: Authorize others to use your SDSU ID card to check materials out for you.
Faculty Publications Form: Notify the library of faculty publications.