The Library Opens “Branch” in iLearn

January 28th, 2011

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iLearn now allows you to check out print books, eBooks and articles your instructor has put on an iLearn bookshelf. You can also chat with a librarian or library staff member to get tips about the best Library resources to use for an assignment. And you can access Library databases and research guides our librarians have identified as most useful for the general subject area covered by your class. Note, you will only see Library content in your iLearn classes if your instructor has turned this feature on. Check it out and let us know what you think.

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  • 1. Steve Greaves  |  April 26th, 2011 at 11:58 pm

    I am an English/Creative Writing B.A. and Journalism B.A. graduate of SFSU in 1984 and M.A. graduate of Humanities in 1989.

    I am also 60 years old. So, I have two questions.

    1. How can I get a copy of my Master’s Thesis (printed as a book in the SFSU library, entitled “Wounded Family: Patriarchal and Oedipal Determinants of Tragedy”), whether hard copy or e-book?

    2. With whom do I speak to determine how I apply to a graduate program in the non-paying 60-or-older category?

    Thank you.

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