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Group Study Room Policy (PDF)
Group study rooms are for the exclusive use of Utica College students for academic purposes. Because these study rooms are in high demand, they are not available for faculty, classes, or other group use.
All rooms must be signed out at the Circulation Desk and require a valid Utica College Student ID.
The five study rooms can be reserved up to seven days in advance by groups of 2 or more registered students. When not reserved, they are available for on-demand sign-out by UC students only. To reserve a group study room, call 792-3041 or stop by the Circulation Desk.
Library staff reserve the right to refuse or limit the use of the group study rooms.
UC Library's Online Resources search tool is designed to help you select the right online library resources for your research:
- Databases (online indexes with abstracts and, sometimes, full text)
- E-Journal Collections
- E-Book Collections
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The UC Library E-Journal Portal is a definitive listing of our full text online electronic journal collection. Use this search tool to locate journal articles in full text.
- Similar or enhanced print content in electronic, or online, format
- Full text articles online
- Availability: anytime from on campus or off
- Most e-journal content is free to current UC students, faculty and staff
- From off campus, you will be prompted to use Off Campus Login
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The UC Library Catalog contains information about materials in the Library Collection:
- Indexes, encyclopedias and other reference materials
- Print journals
- Microform materials
- Some online resources
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Get your cite right with our Citing Your Sources guide!
Part of our Research Tutorial, our Citing Your Sources guide provides details on all the major styles and includes links to online style manuals!
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Course Reserves are books and print journal articles placed on reserve in the Library by a professor.
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Our Research Tutorial is a step-by-step introduction to the academic research process.
Adapted and maintained by UC Librarians, our Research Tutorial is designed as both an introduction to the research process and a guide to using UC Library.
Whether you're starting your first college research project or seeking to learn more about using UC Library's resources, the Research Tutorial is a great tool.
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Designed and maintained by UC Librarians, our Subject Guides outline commonly used library resources in specific areas of study.
Narrated Tutorials guide you step-by-step through common research tasks. Created and narrated by UC Librarians these tutorials provide research strategies, tips and tricks.
If you don't know where to start your research or which resources UC Library offers in your subject area, try a Subject Guide or Narrated Tutorial.
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How Do I ... Guides are designed to provide specific, step-by-step instruction in using UC Library's resources and services.
If you're wondering how to use a search tool, like the Library Catalog, or find stuff in the UC Library, check out our How Do I ... Guides.
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Other Libraries is a listing of local and regional libraries that you might like to consult during your research.
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The UC Library Collections include general materials that support the academic and curricular missions of the College, as well as unique and/or rare materials housed in several of our Special Collections.
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UC Library welcomes your suggestions and feedback about the UC Library Collection.
Requesting a book, journal, database or other resource is as simple as completing a Suggest a Resource form.