Guide to Using the OSU Library For High School Visitors Prof. Dan Chaney Humanities & Social Sciences Division Welcome to the OSU Libraries! We’re glad to have you visit the Library today. We hope all of you will choose to attend OSU when it comes time to make that decision.
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Prof. Dan Chaney
Humanities & Social Sciences Division
You need to be aware of the three branch libraries at OSU because, depending on your research topic, materials you need may be in a branch library:
If you find full-text articles on Literature Online, ProQuest or EBSCO, try to exercise some discretion with regard to printing. OSU students pay a technology fee, which supports their access to databases like ProQuest as well as the printers, toner and paper. Visitor groups haven’t paid the technology fee, and are essentially getting the benefits of the databases without paying the costs associated. Please exercise some good judgment regarding printing use – print 5 articles full-text, and send the rest via email to yourself. Emailing articles doesn’t cost the Library anything.