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Patron Handbook: Resources for Remote Students

Policies and general information about using the library.

Introduction

Did you know that even SALT students outside of the Fullerton area have access to online resources from the Darling Library? This includes access to ebooks, ejournals, and databases. Follow the instructions on this page for accessing our research databases. We've also included some information on local libraries near different SALT programs in case you would like to request print resources from them.

Did you know...?

Many public libraries provide some form of Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service. ILL is a way that a library can request to borrow an item from another library if they do not hold the title locally.

For example, if you wanted to borrow How to Read the Bible for All It's Worth and your local library did not own it, you could ask to request it via ILL and they would acquire it from a different location that owned the title.

Note: Not all libraries provide ILL services free of charge. Check with your local library to enquire about any fees they may have. Be prepared for the item to take around a week to arrive after you request it.

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Search for Library Books near You

If you are looking for a specific book or just want see if books on your topic are available locally, use the search box below. Enter your term and click on "WorldCat" to do a basic search, or select "Advanced Search" for additional search parameters:

Search for an item in libraries near you:
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After searching for a title and opening the record (by clicking on the title), be sure to look for the information found under the "Find a copy in the library" to see what library near you has the book available. Double check that the right zip code is listed in the "Enter your location" box. If no copy is listed near your location, you can use interlibrary loan services at your local library to request the title.

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