Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Stokes Library - Spring 2021

Match the librarian game, Zotero, Stokes Library Guide, Population Research

Helpful Links for Spring 2021

  1. E-mail us (piaprlib@princeton.edu) to set up an appointment to discuss your research, or with any questions you have.

  2. Connect your VPN to reach licensed library resources from any location. For details, visit: Secure Remote Access (VPN): Remote Access to Protected Resources - Get Started.

  3. Find out how to locate materials not owned by Princeton through Article Express, Interlibrary Loan and Borrow Direct.

  4. Install Zotero to  organize research, format citations and create bibliographies

  5. Access your course reserves by logging into Blackboard or Canvas and clicking on the “Reserves” 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.

  6. Log in to your library account to browse our catalog and renew books. Many collections are accessible online.

  7. Explore the Library Website which includes links to the Library Catalog, a full-text article search, and our Newspapers and Leisure resources. Additional Newspapers are available through https://libguides.princeton.edu/newspapers.

  8. Many collections are accessible online through the HathiTrust Emergency Access Service.  In addition, some materials are being digitized in house.  As we digitize items, we are making them available for short periods of time through catalog records. To check out materials for online viewing, click the “Check out for 3 hours” in the catalog record. You must have an active net ID and password to access electronic Library materials. If you have trouble accessing materials, please report a problem.

  9. Apply for publication funding. PUL’s Open Access Publication Fund aims to help Princeton authors, especially graduate students, junior faculty, and researchers in the humanities and social sciences, underwrite publication charges when publishing in fee-based Open Access publications when no other funding sources are available. Applications for funding are now open.

  10. Sign up for a Stokes Viz Hub workshop or consultation.