Get an LSCS ID card that also functions as a library card and a copy/print card. Ask at your campus library for information.
LSC-Online students unable to visit any LSCS campus may request a library card (no photo) that allows access to all library services by filling out the online Library Card Request form.
Discuss academic integrity issues such as plagiarism and copyright with your professors so you know what is expected when you prepare coursework. View the LSCS academic integrity brochure (PDF) for more details.
Faculty members may set aside books, articles, videos or other instructional materials to be used by the entire class. These materials are located at the circulation desk or reserve room at your library.
Search for reserves by course subject and number in the library catalog.
NOTE: Select the library location in the drop down menu first.
Check room availability and reservation procedures for individual/group study or meetings at campus libraries.
Discover how you can borrow items from other libraries not listed in the library catalog.
Your libraries offer helpful research guides to prepare class assignments. Take a look at the subject-specific information libraries offer.
Students needing research assistance may schedule an appointment with librarians. Appointments can be made by submitting a consultation request.
Instructional media shown in class may also be viewed in the library. Ask at the circulation desk.
Each academic discipline is assigned a librarian who specializes in that subject area. Your library liaison is an excellent resource for helping with library research assignments, suggesting appropriate research materials and any of your information needs. To find your library liaison, see the campus locations below.
Discover Research Apps & Tools to access mobile-friendly library resources, organize your research, format citations, and more.