Menu Category: Find & Borrow

Borrowing from Snell Library

Where Can I Get Items? Library materials can be requested both from the Library’s collection, temporarily located off site in the Remote Annex, and from other partner libraries through Interlibrary Loan. Requesting items from the Remote Annex Note: Deliveries from the Remote Annex arrive on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Requesting items from Interlibrary Loan Article… Read more »

Borrowing from the F. W. Olin Library

Where Can I Get Items? Library materials can be checked out at the Circulation Desk or requested from other partner libraries through Interlibrary Loan. Requesting items from Interlibrary Loan Article requests have a turnaround time of 1-3 business days. See the library’s FAQ for more information. Book requests have a turnaround time of 1-3 weeks…. Read more »

Collections

Collections & Information Access Overview Our collections and licensed content support the teaching curriculum and major research needs of the university community, with a special emphasis on use-inspired, interdisciplinary research that focuses on discovering solutions to global challenges in health, security, and sustainability.  This is in accordance with Northeastern’s mission. We seek to provide rapid… Read more »

Course Reserves

Welcome to Course Reserves Course reserves are library materials that faculty request to be set aside for use in certain courses during a particular semester. Course reserves may consist of electronic (online) materials, print (hard copy) materials, or a combination of the two. Print materials on reserve are accessible to students studying in Boston (Snell… Read more »

Database Trials

The Northeastern University Library Is Currently Offering Trial Access to These Resources: Snell Library is currently offering trial access to all sections of Proquest’s Black Studies Center This is a core collection of primary and secondary sources that record and illuminate the Black experience, from ancient Africa through modern times with detailed coverage in history,… Read more »

Digital Repository

Northeastern University Library’s Digital Repository Service (DRS) is a digital archive for storing and sharing scholarly, administrative, and archival materials on behalf of the Northeastern University community. Why the Digital Repository Service (DRS)? Preservation: Secure storage of your scholarship, research, or records Easy access: Post your work easily. Quickly find, use, and cite others’ work… Read more »