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Chemistry Sources

Chemistry Sources

Accessing Materials

Request digitization of print collections
For print collections, undergraduate students are welcome to request digitization of materials using the “Request pick-up or digitization” button in the catalog record. Book pick-up service is only available to the select group of undergraduate students invited back to campus.

Access your course reserves
Access your course reserves by logging into Blackboard or Canvas and clicking on the “Readings” menu item. If a professor indicates in the syllabus that an item is available at the Library, this often means that the item is not on reserve but rather that you can search for the item on the Library catalog.

Do research online
Library materials available online, such as digitized collections and databases, continue to be accessible. You can use either the EZ Proxy service or the SonicWall Secure Remote Access to connect to the Library. Learn more. You must have an active net ID and password to access electronic Library materials. If you have trouble accessing materials, please report a problem.

Borrow materials from other libraries
Interlibrary Loan and Borrow Direct services are not currently operating. For materials from other libraries, submit a request through Article Express. To check the status of a request, please email

Enjoy from home
The Library provides many subscriptions or collections that students can enjoy from the comfort of their own home: