Monday - Thursday: 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Mr. Reese: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Friedlander: email@example.com
To request a book for the library, just complete the questions on the linked form and we will do our best to get it.
Mr. Reese and Ms. Friedlander are excited to welcome you to the Siperstein Library, located in the E Building. This versatile space serves as a hub of information, a place to study, and a quiet retreat perfect for reading. Check out our website and feel free to browse our collection. If you have any questions, reach out to us.
Come check out Banned Books Week!
|Accessible Archives||Primary resources, used primarily for US History courses.|
|JSTOR||A database that covers many subjects and fields of research. Useful for most of your research projects.|
|Oxford Research Encyclopedias||Offers a peer-reviewed, in-depth summaries that cover a wide range of topics.|
|Oxford Biblical Studies||Resource for studying the Bible and biblical history. Particularly helpful for Freshman and Sophomore Religion courses.|
|Journal of Visualized Experiments||Science experiments with videos.|
|Rosen Teen Health and Wellness||Offers up-to-date, non-judgemental, straightforward articles and self-help support.|
|Evaluating Sources||Using the CRAAP Test.|
|Primary vs. Secondary Sources||Distinguishes between different types of sources. Provided courtesy of American University.|
|Search Terms||How to pick the best keywords for a search.|
|Boolean Operators||Use these to narrow or broaden your database search.|
|Axis 360||For using eBooks and eAudiobooks.|
|Library Catalog||Finding print resources in the library.|