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Note for Spring Semester 2017

I will be out of the office on work-related business overseas from early January to late April 2017, and I will have limited access to email during this time. ~Rob Sica

  • For research assistance, please contact my colleagues in the SSHAB Cluster.
  • For collections questions, requests, or suggestions, please contact our Coordinator of Collections, Allison Level
  • For library instruction requests, please select this link.

Welcome

"New Era for Center for Women's Studies"

 For research assistance, collection development queries, or other questions and concerns, please contact:

Faculty are encouraged to schedule course-specific library instruction to enhance students' use of the best available resources for their particular research needs.

Women's News Network (WNN)

For a broad array of U.S. and international newspaper and news resources, click here.

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  • Your eID eName and ePassword are all that you need to access library resources online when your computer is not connected to the campus computer network.  However, you may wish to work by first signing on to the CSU Secure Access Gateway (SSL VPN). 
  • Need to read something put "on reserve" by your professor? See Course Reserves.
  • There may come a time that you need a resource that our library doesn't have. Use our fast and convenient Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) system for your research needs. They will also supply electronic (PDF) versions of articles from our shelves. Activate your ILLiad account here.
  • Fundamentals for Distance Learners accessing CSU Libraries resources.



Subject Guide

Rob Sica
Contact:
Morgan Library 154
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1019
970.491.1047
rob.sica@colostate.edu

I'm out of the office on work assignment, January-April 2017, with limited email access..
Please contact the following for:

New Books in Gender Studies (podcast)

Interviews with authors about their recent scholarship.  See link at bottom for many more interviews at New Books Network.

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