Resources tab: A collection of resources that promote student success in college. Browse print and eBooks, streaming videos, and podcasts. Print books can be borrowed from MacPhaidin Library, and digital resources are accessible through the library's catalog.
Helpful Campus Offices tab: Find contact information for Student Success offices.
Call The Desk at 508.565.1313
If Stonehill does not own the book, book chapter, or article you need, you can order it through our Interlibrary Loan Department. Please visit the Interlibrary Loan page on the library website to order materials or sign up for an account. Need help with a request or your Interlibrary Loan account? Contact email@example.com. Due to the possibility of mail delays, please order your items as soon as possible.
1. Meet with a Reference Librarian! As soon as you're assigned a research paper or project, schedule an appointment with a reference librarian. Reference librarians can help you refine and narrow your topic, locate print and online sources, and create citations in any citation style.
2. Sign up for an Interlibrary Loan Account - If you come across a book or article that the library does not have access to, we can get it for you for FREE through interlibrary loan. Sign up for a ILL account, and make requests through your Dashboard. Need help setting up an account? Watch our brief instructional video, or ask someone at the Desk to help you.
3. Check out LibGuides - Online research guides, or LibGuides, are a one-stop-shop for research in any academic subject. Some LibGuides are tailored toward a specific course, while others apply to a subject in general. LibGuides are particularly useful during times when a reference librarian is not immediately available!
4. Utilize our Online Video Library - Librarians have created a library of short instructional videos to help you learn information literacy skills, such as how to use specific databases, create an annotated bibliography, and write literature reviews. Don't see a video you need? Email the Desk to suggest one be created!
5. Visit the Tutoring Center - Looking for help with writing? Need a tutor for a particular course or subject? Visit the Tutoring Center, located on the 3rd floor of the library. Or, check our their website to see a tutoring schedule for the semester and to book an appointment.