With the recent move to an online-only format for the campus delivery of education and instruction, the library building will be closed. Here are the many ways we can support faculty, staff, and students during this time:
The embedded librarians will remain active on eClass. If you currently do not have an embedded librarian in your research-focused course and would like one, please email Jessica Spears at email@example.com. For more information about the Embedded Librarian Service, go here.
Anyone is able to make an online appointment with a librarian. To do so, please go here.
You can also search our catalog for e-books by taking the following steps:
Our streaming media collections can be found here.
If you need a media title not available via streaming, email Stan Cottrell at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will work with you.
Journals and Magazines:
You can search our catalog for electronic journals and magazines. You can also use BrowZine for academic journals and Flipsterfor popular magazines. For a link to all our research tools, please visit the Research and Tools page.
Newspapers are available online via the Gale ONEFILE news database. You must be logged in to your SAU account to use any of our databases.
The librarians will be available on our chat service. The Writing Center and Tutoring Center will also be available on chat to answer general questions.
Campus Research Day:
Campus Research Day 2020 is cancelled.
The Writing Center will offer online appointments. These must be scheduled one day before the desired date. To schedule an online appointment, go here. For any questions about the Writing Center, please email Sonja Fordham email@example.com.
The Tutoring Center will offer online appointments. These must be scheduled one day before the desired date. To schedule an online appointment, go here. For any questions about the Tutoring Center, please email Sonja Fordham firstname.lastname@example.org.
All items checked out from the library:
If you have items (books, media items, tablets, iPads, calculators, recording devices, board games, umbrellas) that are currently checked out, please email Carol Harrison at email@example.com and she will extend your due date. Items can be returned via the outside drop box, found on the left side of the glass entrance in the bottom of a window. You will not be charged any fees for overdue items at this time. If needed, you may mail materials to: McKee Library PO Box 629 Collegedale, TN 37315.
Proctoring will not be available.
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