The Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library

Graduate Student Guide: Need to Know

Library & IT Services

Library Services Desk

Located at the front of the library, the LSD is the first point of contact for questions about library resources. The LSD is staff by both graduate students and professional staff members.

Research Consultation Area

The Research Consultation Area is a place where students can receive individualized help from subject librarians on a walk-in basis. Research consultations are based on students' research topics and specific information needs. Open from 10am-5pm Monday-Friday.

Equipment Desk

The Equipment Desk has a large selection of technology for students to borrow. Equipment ranges from external hard drives to laptops to video camera kits.

Tech Desk

The Tech Desk can help fix your computer, explore the software available on University computers, or assist you with any other technology related needs.

Digital Video Production 

The library has a dedicated digital video editing lab, one-button video studio, and audio booth where students can work on their digital media and video projects. 

Free Printing (follow-me printing)

Free black and white printing is available in the library and many other locations on campus (also at the bookstore). Color printing is available on color capable printers for $.25 per sheet.

Lockers and Carrels

Study carrels and lockers can be reserved during the first week of classes at the Library Services Desk. They go fast so reserve one early.

Citation Guides

Need help with citations?  The library's Citation Guide can help you find resources for the most common formatting styles.