Document Delivery for Grad Students Pilot!
Beginning July 1, 2014 the library will pilot a new service expressly for graduate students: Document Delivery from our print journal collections. Beginning in July, graduate students will be able to request scans of print articles or book chapters from Brown University Library collections. Requests must be submitted using the ILLiad system.
Borrowing options: If Brown doesn't have what you are looking for, use easyBorrow to request your item through WorldCat. Other borrowing options are also available, including access to the public libraries in Providence and surrounding communities.
Research consultations with a librarian: Request a research consultation: One-on-one research consultations with a librarian
Ask your subject librarian: (email, phone, chat, in person) Find librarians by subject
Resource guides: Explore subject guides on over 80 topics to find resources by subject.
Theses and electronic dissertations: Electronic submission of dissertations is available to Ph.D. candidates with expansion to master's theses in the near future.
Get a carrel: Brown students writing a dissertation or thesis, and Brown faculty members, may apply at the Rock circulation desk or by email for the use of a study carrel in the Rockefeller, Sciences or Orwig Library. See carrel availability at: http://josiah.brown.edu/search?/rCarrels
OCRA: Use OCRA to place books and other physical media on reserve AND to create electronic reserves: links to ebooks and other online content, digitization of articles, book chapters, full-length movies, short video clips, and audio files. Links to reserves in all formats will be added to your MyCourses site.
Library and research skills instruction: Research skills instruction sessions led by a subject librarian are available at all levels and with a wide range of topics.
Academic Technology: The IT Knowledgebase links to support for Canvas, course preview pages, course email lists, wikis, blogs, clickers/classroom response system, and instructional technology consultations.
Classroom technology/Media Services: Media Services provides equipment, training and media support for faculty, staff and students.