The Hermann Memorial Library, located in Building “E”, provides information resources to support student research as well as library professionals to teach students how to access and evaluate these resources successfully. Librarians are available to assist students in person or remotely by telephone or email. The library also offers students fifteen Internet workstations and a variety of spaces for individual and group study.
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- In the search box below you can search all of our library resources in a Google-style experience, we call it our SULLI Global Search Engine. Try it.
- Or, you can explore the library’s resources and databases individually by using the navigation links in the drop down menus (for example, see “Resources by Subject”). The collections of the Hermann Memorial Library include more than 51,000 books, 283,000 e-books, 110 paper journal subscriptions, 45,458 e-journals in 160 open access and subscription databases, as well as streaming digital videos and images from a variety of sources.
- CREDO Reference: Use the search box below to search over 600 reference books online , with links to other databases and resources. A good place to start researching a topic you know little about. Try it!
- Interlibrary loan service to borrow materials from other libraries is also available. Learn more about the library and its policies, staff, and collections on the library information page, library news blog, and new books list.
The library’s collections and study spaces are also available for use by library visitors. County residents may obtain a library card by filling out an application, providing proof of county residency, and paying an annual $10.00 fee.
|Hermann Memorial Library Hours for Summer 2016 (Starting on May 14)|
|Monday through Thursday||8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
|Friday, Saturday, and Sunday||Closed|