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HRD110: Freshman Seminar: B) Find a Book Chapter

This guide will help you get to know the SUNY Adirondack Library!

Library Search Box

Library databases are sophisticated search engines that lead to expert-written books, articles and documentary videos. They are subscription services, available only to students, staff and faculty. 
 
The SUNY Adirondack Library offers 200,000+ electronic books as well as 30,000+ print books. Search for a subject with the box below, limiting your search to Ebooks or Print Books. See the Topics Suggestions box below if you need to choose a subject to search for this assignment. Sign in to your account to save search results and request print books. 


   Start Your Research Here: 
 

Finding Electronic Books for HRD110

Topic Suggestions

  • Sleep
  • “Stress management”
  • “Study skills”
  • “Time management”
  • Yoga
  • Decision making
  • Nutrition
  • “Physical fitness”
  • “Financial aid” 
  • “Learning styles”  or “Cognitive styles”
  • Memory [or try: mnemonic*]
  • “Financial literacy” or "Personal Finance"

Signing into your Account at the SUNY Adirondack Library

Signing into your account allows you to see more full-text results as well as save searches and your results. Use your college username and password to sign in. 

Finding Print Books for HRD110

  • For Fall 2020, you can request to borrow print books from the library's search box page.
    • Sign in to your accounts using your college username password to get full access.
    • Just click the title of a print book and fill in the Request for pickup at Library Circulation Desk
    • The staff will find it on the shelves and check it out to you. 
    • Just stop by the library to pick up the book at the Library Circulation Desk.
  • The tutorial video below shows how.
    • Please note that the borrowing procedure changed a bit for this semester. 

The Library of Congress link shows the code used to shelve the books by subject. 

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