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Chemistry-related resources available at the library and online

Need Help?

If you need help, get in touch with me! The profile box with my picture on the bottom left has all the necessary details:

  • Email me with any questions or issues with accessing library databases. I try to respond within 24 hours (weekends not included)
    • Schedule a Zoom appointment with me for complicated questions (30 minutes is typical)
      • Send me your question and ask for a Zoom appointment
      • Remember to provide me your availability for the week you'd like to see me- I have a varied schedule and might not have the same availability from week to week. 
      • I'll send you a Google Calendar invite once we have a time scheduled. 
  • Chat with a librarian if you want help getting started with your research, have a shorter questions, or issues (note: the person you're chatting with may not always be me)

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Specific Problem? Contact Us!

Library Account Questions
Email for help with your library account or chat with someone live (during open hours).

Off-Campus Access Technical Support
Contact Student Computing Services for help troubleshooting your remote access to the SJSU library.

Borrowing Items Not Owned by SJSU (CSU+ and Interlibrary Loan)
Contact Interlibrary Services for help with CSU+ or ILLiad accounts and requests.

Course Reserves Access
E-mail for help or questions about course reserves. Remember that electronic reserves are in Canvas.

Citation Managers (Zotero, Paperpile, etc.)
Email your librarian.

Need to access the article you found? Try the Proxy Bookmarklet!

What is a Proxy Bookmarklet?

This tool helps you convert a licensed resource URL into a SJSU Library-proxied URL. It will let you open subscription-content off-campus without starting at the SJSU Library website first. The bookmarklet can be useful for bookmarking URL's on a device you use off-campus as well as on-campus, or if you want to share an article with a colleague or student.

How does it work?

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.

Simply drag the “Reload via SJSU Library Proxy Bookmarklet” button 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.