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If you are new to LSU, these links will help you find basic information about LSU Libraries' services, including information about borrowing materials, setting up and using an interlibrary loan account, finding places to study, and checking out electronics.
The LSU Student Technology Fee funds the purchase of mobile computing devices available for check-out at the LSU Library Access Services Desk. Read about available gear, loan periods, and waiting lists.
If you want to become familiar with the most frequently used library databases and information sources in your program, contact your subject librarian. Subject librarians specialize in specific areas of study and can get you started on the right track. Subject librarians also create research guides to help students navigate resources independently.
How-to research guides for every major, including basic and specialized research tools.
Two fundamental library resources are the library catalog and our databases. The library catalog can help you locate books, periodicals, government documents, media, and more. Our databases can help you locate scholarly articles and more. You can filter our database list by subject.