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Accessing Library Materials - Spring 2021
Information for Students Living Off Campus
- Use links from the library website to access library databases and materials like books and journal articles. Always log in for full access.
- If you use Google Scholar, be sure to set up a connection to Dickinson's library for seamless access to full-text content available to you.
- If an article or book chapter you need is not available online via the Dickinson library, you may request a copy through the ILLiad service.
- Contact your Sociology liaison librarian if you need help accessing materials you need for your research, including books only available in print, or items not available at the Dickinson library.
Information for Students Living On Campus
- The library will be open to authorized students. See our library services updates for information about library building access and hours.
- Contact-free pick-up is available for most library materials.
- If an article or book chapter you need is not available via the Dickinson library, you may request a copy through the ILLiad service.
- Contact your Sociology liaison librarian if you need help accessing materials you need for your research, including items not available at the Dickinson library.
Library A-Z Database List
Use the Subjects or Type drop-down to identify databases that will provide the type of information you need.
Sociology Research Guide
Describes how to do research at the Dickinson library and links to important library databases and other resources related to Sociology.
Managing and Citing Sources
American Sociological Association (ASA) citation style
Zotero Reference Management Software