For more organizations, see the Directory of Organizations Relating to Communication Disorders.
No library owns everything!
If we don't have what you're looking for, we'll borrow it for you from another library:
This is a FREE service provided by the SU Library through ILLiad, our automated interlibrary loan system. Some publications (e.g. journal articles) may be e-mailed directly to you as PDF files. Books need to be picked up at the Bird Library.
If you don't have an account, go to ILLiad, follow the link for "First Time Users" and fill in the form to create a new account. You'll be able to start using ILLiad right away.
SU faculty (and graduate students with a letter of permission from their instructors) may request book borrowing privileges at the nearby Health Sciences Library. Search their library catalog for titles.
Remote access to their online resources is not available to SU faculty and students, but their e-journals can be accessed on-site from the Health Sciences Library's public workstations. You can quickly search for titles in their e-journal directory.
The Health Sciences Library is located at 766 Irving Avenue, in a new building adjacent to Weiskotten Hall.
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