C. Auguste Dupin, the main character in Poe’s “The Purloined Letter,” is said to have greatly influenced the creation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, shown here
If you do not have your SAC ID, simply go to the Fletcher Administration Center room 200 A to get yours made.
You've already paid for it, so go get one! Plus, you can get handy discounts of 10- 20 percent around town.
Students can check out up to 10 items for 2 weeks. However, you must have your student ID to do so.
Visit the ID Center web site for hours:
This LibGuide will help you through the process of research for your 10-page paper!
1. Define Topic: What do you know? Verify with Background Info.
2. Devise Strategy: What do you want to find out? List keywords.
3. Search Sources: Look at Books, Articles, etc. Your goal: Relevent and Reliable Info.
EVALUATE what you're doing: Change your keywords/database; Are you finding appropriate items?
2nd floor (North) - Reference collection, Reference desk, LIBRARIANS, Internet computers, Group Study Rooms
2nd floor (South) - Microfilm Periodicals, Library Instruction classrooms, Quiet Study Area
3rd floor - Circulating collection (check out books & media), Circulation desk, Group Study Rooms
4th floor - Library McAllister Collection & Performance Area, Group Study Rooms, Quiet Study Area, Reserve collection, Reserve desk, Interlibrary Loan, GET CHANGE & PAY FINES $$
5th floor - Library Faculty & Staff Offices, Acquisitions, Discoverying
Library books due tomorrow? Don't want to drive to campus to check them out again? No problem.
Renew your items by calling our Circulation Desk at 210-486-0570.