Bookmark this guide and this page for appointments.
Install the Emory browser plugin
There are several other useful plugins for direct access to Emory library resources, such as Libkey Nomad.
You can always add the proxy URL in front of any web page to determine if Emory has licensed access to the resource (particularly useful when on the open web): http//proxy.library.emory.edu/login?url=
Be sure you are logged into Library Search!
Configure your Google Scholar settings to recognize Emory library resources.
Search for Emory on the "Library Links" page. Save your settings.
Choose your reference management software. Many options are available, but the following three are the most commonly used at Emory.
Check the list of upcoming workshops for relevant sessions.
Emory Libraries offers workshops in EndNote, Zotero, ArcGIS, research data management, copyright law, electronic thesis/dissertation submission, graduate test preparation, and other topics.
Having trouble connecting to the Emory wireless network?
See this guide for help with connecting and configuring your devices.
The STACKS are open! You are recommended to browse, and select titles for check out on the 2nd floor.
To request materials:
All Emory faculty and library staff are eligible for document delivery (scanned articles or chapters) from the Emory Libraries. Eligible materials include journal articles and book chapters from the print collections in participating libraries. Learn how to place a document delivery request.
For items that are not owned by Emory University Librairies, please consider using our Interlibrary Loan services, and/or contacting me so we can potentially purchase a copy for our collection. Currently, the amount of interlibrary lending available is dependent upon the number of libraries offering these services. If we can not find a copy via ILL, we may also purchase a title for you (if available).