The Ozuna Library is closed indefinitely.
E-resources are available 24/7. Need help? Librarians can assist you via Chat/email (see below). Need extra help? Now you can Book a Librarian for a 50 min zoom session.
Return your LIBRARY books 24/7 in the Book Return located on the northside of the library (Parking Lot 11 side).
No Curbside Delivery of LIBRARY materials in the Spring semester.
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|To access your classes remotely, sign into Canvas using your ACES ID and password. This will be the central location for correspondence and course assignments. The faculty want you to succeed - feel free to contact them for assistance!||Many faculty will use Zoom meetings as a substitute for in-person classes. Make sure and get the meeting ID and verify start times. It's also a good rule to mute your microphone when entering. Here's a guide to Zoom etiquette to help you with this digital transition.||A myriad of resources exist to help you do your research online -- don't get overwhelmed! Make sure and utilize our Library Guides for subject-specific research or Ask a Librarian for help via chat or email - we are here for you!|
Ebooks in the following collections can be used by a unlimited number of users at once. This makes them ideal for use in assignments or as textbooks.
The Ozuna Library is a selective Federal Depository Library providing us easy access to thousands of Open Access Ebooks published through the US Government. They are searchable in Palomino Search and open as PDF. Note that even small pamphlets are cataloged as books. Also included are Congressional Research Service reports, cataloged as "Internet Source."