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This is a research guide to assist students, faculty, and staff in the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) Program at SJSU.

About this Guide

This guide was created to assist students and faculty in the Doctor of Audiology (AuD) Program at SJSU with finding resources and understanding search methods to facilitate the study of audiology.

Audiology is the clinical study, diagnosis and evidence-based treatment of individuals with hearing loss or impairment. Audiologists specialize in preventing and assessing hearing and balance disorders as well as providing treatment to include the use of hearing aids and other assistive devices.

Set Up Your Library Accounts

Your Library Account is the same as your SJSU One Account (Student/Faculty ID # and your SJSUOne Password).

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CSU+ and Interlibrary Loan

CSU+ is a program that gives students, faculty, and staff access to over 29 million books across the entire CSU. You can request books from any of the other 22 California State University libraries and have them delivered to the SJSU Library within 2-5 days.

Interlibrary Loan allows you to borrow books, articles, dissertations, and more from libraries around the world. Please note, however, that Interlibrary Loan is a cooperative service; because some libraries remain closed or have staff limitations, requests may be delayed or remain unfulfilled.

Interlibrary Loan does not fill requests for:

  • Items already owned by the SJSU Library
  • Textbooks or items on Course Reserves
  • Exceptions for Distance Students
  • ILLiad FAQs

⇒New ILLiad Users: Log in with your MySJSU ID and password and fill out the "New User Registration" form.

⇒SJSU Library will be transitioning away from the RefWorks citation tool effective January 1, 2023.  

Citation managers, such as Zotero, Paperpile, and RefWorks, are programs that allow the users to collect, organize, and cite sources. They also allow for collaboration and some provide the ability to store and annotate PDFs within the system.

Why should you use a citation manager? 
  • Organize sources using folders, tags, and even group libraries for collaboration with people across the world. 
  • Many have browser extensions or integration with library software to make it easy to collect items when you are searching for information.
  • Many integrate with Google Docs and/or Microsoft Word to make it easy to cite sources while writing. 

For more information and to compare citation management programs, please refer to the following research guide, Citation Managers.

Need to access materials set aside by your Professor?

Contact Interlibrary Services for help with your ILLiad account and requests.

Contact Jeff Frank for help with your library account or call 408-808-2326.

CSU+ allows SJSU students, faculty, and staff to request books and other items from all 23 California State University campus libraries and have them delivered to the SJSU Library within 2-5 days.

Contact Student Computing Services for help troubleshooting your remote access to the SJSU library.

Off-campus access to SJSU Library collections

Most online journal articles require subscriptions to get access. If SJSU Library subscribes to the journal in question, this tool will help you access the article off-site without first looking it up on the library website.

Drag this button up to your bookmarks toolbar in your browser (or right-click to save it to your favorites toolbar).

Now, when you're on a website that you'd like to redirect through the Library's proxy server, clicking this button will automatically reload the page.

  Online Tutorials

View these short tutorials to learn more about the library and improve your research skills.

Need More Info?

Be sure to check out these relevant SJSU Research Guides: