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Global Programs - Europe 2020: Additional Library Resources

Last Updated: Aug 5, 2021 2:02 PM

Tips for Off-campus Access

Database Access

Some UB Libraries resources, including those marked UB Only, are provided for academic research to University at Buffalo faculty, students and staff only and require a login when accessed from off the UB computing network.

Off-campus users will be routed to the requested resource through the EZproxy software when a resource requires authentication. When prompted, enter your UBIT name and password. See https://library.buffalo.edu/off-campus/ for more information and troubleshooting help.

Online Materials

Try limiting your Everything search to only return books and articles that are Available Online. You can find this filter under Refine Your Results >> Availability in the left hand column of your results screen. 

Instant Librarian Chat

If you have trouble finding or accessing materials while traveling, you can always chat with a librarian 24/7 via our Instant Librarian Chat service.

Equipment Loans

A wide variety of media and technology equipment is available for loan to current UB students, faculty and staff, including:

  • Adaptors & Cables
  • Audio Equipment
  • Camcorders
  • Camera Accessories
  • Camera Lenses
  • DSLR & Mirrorless Cameras
  • Point & Shoot Cameras
  • Smart Phone Accessories
  • Tablets & Laptops
  • Tech Tools

Reserve equipment at: https://library.buffalo.edu/equipment/

Study Spaces

The University Libraries offer various types of study spaces for different study needs: silent, individual study areas; group study areas; and individual and collaborative study rooms.

Group study room sizes range from 4 - 16 people and are available on both North and South campus Libraries.

See https://library.buffalo.edu/studyspaces/ for further information and to reserve a room.

Video Recording Studios

Whether you’re creating full-length video presentations or short class projects, our Video Recording Studios in Silverman Library make the process fast and easy.Use video recording studios for

inside a video recording studio

  • Rehearsing for class presentations
  • Presenting research papers, thesis or dissertation defenses
  • Creating videos for online instruction, such as MOOCs
  • Creating ePortfolio materials or video essays
  • Recording mock interviews or patient interactions
  • Green screen effects

Reserve a room at: https://library.buffalo.edu/video-recording-studios/

Contact Your Librarian

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Carolyn Klotzbach-Russell
Contact:
422 Lockwood Library, North Campus
(716) 645-9178