For Plattsburgh Branch Campus Students

For Plattsburgh Branch Campus students using the SUNY Adirondack Library.

SUNY Plattsburgh Links for Branch Campus Students

This guide from Plattsburgh librarian Michelle Toth offers great information for Plattsburgh Branch Campus students. 

Quick links you may find useful: 

Research Help

From the Feinberg Library:

  • E-mail your questions to SUNY Plattsburgh librarians will respond to your questions within one business day.
  •  Chat with a Librarian is available 24/7 from the Library home page chat box.
  • Make an appointment to meet with a SUNY Plattsburgh librarian via Zoom, linked below.

You can also chat with a librarian at the SUNY Adirondack Library:

Finding Articles

  • If you are a Plattsburgh Branch Campus researching from home, use Plattsburgh's website. Your tuition pays for your off-campus access to those paid services. 
  • If you are on the SUNY Adirondack campus, you may use the SUNY Adirondack Library’s computers to search article databases. You may print or e-mail citations or full-text articles at no charge.  You can also reach the SUNY Adirondack databases from home with your SUNY Adirondack username and password, listed on your MyPlattsburgh page.

Interlibrary Loan for Plattsburgh Branch Campus Students

Finding Books

Search for books using the book database at either the SUNY Adirondack Library or Feinberg Library. It’s probably easiest to check out books from SUNY Adirondack if you visit campus regularly.  

To borrow a book at the SUNY Adirondack Library:

  • Bachelor’s program students: Use your Plattsburgh ID card, available from the college's Student Services office.
  • Master’s program students: show a photo ID at the Circulation Desk to get a community borrower card.

If you search Plattsburgh’s book database and find a book you’d like to borrow, you may request that book through Plattsburgh’s interlibrary loan service. See the Interlibrary Loan box above.

SUNY Adirondack's Liaison Librarian for SUNY Plattsburgh

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Danielle Walkup
She, Her, Hers
SUNY Adirondack Library
640 Bay Road
Queensbury NY 12804
518-743-2200 ext. 2384

Tutoring for SUNY Plattsburgh Students

Information Literacy Competency Exam

Prepare for this exam by reading this textbook: 

  • A print textbook, Information Literacy & Technology (2013) by Carla J. List-Handley, is on reserve at the SUNY Adirondack Library Circulation Desk, in the "Plattsburgh Proficiency Exam" bin. Two copies are available for two-week loan; one copy is available for library use only. 

For details and to register for the test, see:

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