Answered By: SHSU Librarian
Last Updated: Aug 21, 2020     Views: 182

Short answer: Maybe.

In general, library personnel would not have time to do anything else if we copied all the stuff for all the students. You are welcome to take photos, make photocopies, use scanners, etc. at the library.

Faculty may request material to be delivered to their office or email using the Faculty>Direct Service.

Additionally, because of complications during 2020 related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the library building renovation, all students, staff, and faculty are eligible for Distance Learning Services, by which they may request to have an article scanned from print journals, a chapter scanned from a print book, etc. Note that these requests will be subject to some copyright limitations; for example, we cannot scan and email a whole print book, but we may be able to mail the book to you instead.

In any case, you will use the ILLiad online system to request digital scans of print articles / book pages, or to request that entire books be mailed to you. More details and a short video are available on our COVID-19 Response page.

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