Archive for August, 2009

Looking for Textbooks? We've got tips for you!

Go to The Bookstore
The SFSU Bookstore has extended hours during the first two weeks of school. But why wait in line when you can buy online? Go to http://sfsubookstore.com/catalog/

Use the Library
- Search the library’s hardcopy reserves at http://opac.sfsu.edu/search/r and find them in HSS 102. If your professor has not put a copy on reserve for you, suggest they loan their extra copy to the Library’s Reserves Services.

- In general, our Library doesn’t buy textbooks. However, the LINK+ catalog includes the collections of many libraries in the region, and they may loan out the book you are looking for. Request books through Link+ and they get delivered for pickup at HSS 102.

Try Textbook Rental:
Renting textbooks for the semester might be cheaper than buying them. Try these sites:
www.Chegg.com
www.BookRenter.com
www.campusbookrentals.com

Submit your own textbook buying tips to our Spotlight Blog by making your comments below.

Add comment August 31st, 2009

Labor Day Weekend Hours 2009

Labor Day Weekend Hours 2009

Library Annex I
Sept. 3 Thurs. Closes at 2AM
Sept. 4 Fri. Closed
Sept. 5 Sat. Opens at 10AM
Sept. 6 Sun. Closes at Midnight
Sept. 7 Mon. Closed
Sept. 8 Tues. Opens at 10AM as 24 hour space
(no reference or computer help)
Sept. 9 Wed. Reopens regular hours at 8AM

Library@HSS
Sept. 3 Thurs. Closes at 7PM
Sept. 4 Fri. Closed
Sept. 5 Sat. Open Noon – 5PM
Sept. 6 – 8 Sun. – Mon. Closed
Sept. 9 Wed. Reopens regular hours at 8AM

Labor Archives and Research Center will be closed:
Fri. Sept. 4 – Tues. Sept. 8.

Library Hours

Add comment August 25th, 2009

August Library Closure

Library @ HSS will close at 7PM, Thursday, August 13
Library Annex I will close at 2AM Friday, August 14
Library Annex I & Library @ HSS will be closed
Friday, August 14 through Monday, August 17
and reopen at 8AM Tuesday, August 18

Sorry for any inconvenience.
Library Hours

Add comment August 6th, 2009

Show Films on Demand in Fall 2009 Classes

Are you looking for some great multimedia content online?  Why waste time searching on Youtube?  Get to the good stuff from Films on Demand!

The Library has added Films on Demand: Digital Educational Video to our collections for research and classroom instruction.

FILMS ON DEMAND will be useful for:
- Students who wish to spice up their classroom presentations
- Professors who wish to show high quality documentaries in class
- Anyone looking for quality films online

Users who create accounts can make and distribute playlists of film clips and save lists of their favorite films.  Search titles and film descriptions, or browse by subject in the Business & Economics, Health, Humanities & Social Science, Science collections.

Add comment August 5th, 2009


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