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This guide contains research help for psychology courses.
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2015 URL: http://classguides.lib.uconn.edu/psychology-stamford Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Interlibrary Loan: How To

To obtain a book that is not in our collection, you can request for it to be sent to you from another UConn campus, or from another university. Instructions for each:

1. Requesting books from another UConn campus.

First, sign in by clicking at the top right of the screen on the library's home page.

Then, search the library's catalog, and click on Find on Shelf in the record.

Next, click on Request from UConn.

Fill out the fields, and be sure to put your campus' pick up location.

2. Requesting books not owned by UConn

First. create (or sign into) your MyILLiad account from Accounts at the top right of the library home page.

Once you're in, click on the proper new request for your item. Complete the form and click Submit.

 

Why Books?

Books will provide you with:

  • Reputable analyses of a topic

  • Background information

  • Overview of the larger issue

  • Bibliographies to find other sources

To search for books (print and electronic), go to the library home page and click on Find, then General Search.

Then, select Books, Media, and More and enter your search terms.

Use keywords, titles, or authors names and combine terms using AND (must be in capital letters).

social media AND elections AND united states

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