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Library Resources for the St. Kate's Community During COVID-19

St. Catherine resources to support learning for students, faculty and staff.

Library Resources

Course and research materials

  • Use CLICSearch to find many items, including:
    • Books (electronic)
    • Articles (Journals, magazines, & newspapers, scholarly & popular)
    • Music, videos, DVDs, maps, archival, and digital collections
    • Government documents and research datasets
  • Use the A-Z database list to search our databases
    • Search by name or subject
    • More online resources are being made available online for free
  • Video Tutorials
    • Library video tutorials, including videos on searching the Library's databases. 

Search for books, journals, articles, media & more


CLICsearch Guide: For more help, including how to request items in CLICsearch that are not at St. Kate's.

Course reserves

  • Digital reserves and course packs are embedded within your D2L course page.

Library course guides

Use our library course and subject guides — which have recommended resources for a class, relevant online tutorials, and contact information for librarians.

Other Online St. Kate's Resources

Technology Help

Go to ServiceNow to search the Knowledge Base (accessible through the My St. Kate's portal) for technology help, submit a ServiceNow request, or email the Help desk

Need More Help?

Research consultations

Subject librarians can meet students for one-on-one research support via Google Meet. Send us an email or call us to set up an appointment. 

 

Access to the Library

During fall semester, the library is closed with the exception of allowing individual students access to the study rooms.

 

Questions? Need help?

Immediate assistance is available through our 24/7 chat (use the chat box on the left). When a St. Kate's librarian is not available, your question will be answered by a global network of librarians. You can also email a librarian at library@stkate.edu

Tips for Online Learning

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