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International Development and Global Health: Basic Library Information

Last Updated: Feb 19, 2024 12:11 PM

Key Library Links

Catalog – to locate any item that is available in our libraries, including books, journal titles, newspaper titles, and audio/visual materials.

Everything – the tab is a great place to start searching through the library’s resources in one simple multidisciplinary search interface. The results will display books, articles, government documents, etc.

Journals- access to thousands of individual journals in electronic and print format. (Cannot search for articles, citation is needed)

Reserve or Course Reserve: a collection of books or articles (pdfs) set aside at the Circulation Desk by your professor.

Top Architecture Databases: listing of architecture research databases
Top Planning Databases: listing of planning related databases

Research Tips– an online guide designed to help you perform research at the University at Buffalo’s University Libraries, includes citation help. Center for Excellence in Writing - 209 Baldy Hall

My Account & Delivery+ – use for book renewal and interlibrary loan. Journal articles and book chapters are delivered electronically to your email and physical items are made available for pick-up at the UB library of your choice. (free of charge)

Borrowing/Loan Periods -Your UB Card serves as your library card. Current UB students, faculty and staff may use their cards to check out books and other materials at any campus library.

Self-check out kiosk/Check-out App - instructions for downloading the app and using the self-check out kiosk.

UB Print Anywhere - UB students receive a semesterly quota of free pages to print assignments at any of 40 print station kiosks. Learn how to easily print your assignments from any computer, a computing site, your smartphone, a USB drive and more.

ArcGIS

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Librarian

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Rose Orcutt
Contact:
Architecture & Planning Library
303 Abbott Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214
rmorcutt@buffalo.edu
(716)645-1325