Subject Guides contain information and links to relevant databases and web resources that have been selected by a specialist in the subject area.
Teaching and Classroom Support
Place books, articles, or other items on Course Reserves for your courses. Electronic reserves are uploaded into myCourses, and physical reserves are circulated from the Bartle Library and the University Downtown Center Library Reader Services Desks.
Work with librarians to provide library and information literacy instruction in support of your teaching and learning objectives for your classes as teaching assistants.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
Support for locating, evaluating, and creating OERs.
Open Access Publishing Policy
Learn about our Open Access Policy for faculty scholarly articles passed on December 4, 2018.
Open Repository @Binghamton (ORB) Services
Share and discover your scholarly and creative works on our open repository platform.
Store and preserve items in a dark archive, restricted access, or as publicly accessible documents on our digital preservation platform.
Digital Scholarship Services
Assistance on pedagogical digital projects, working with data, digital publishing, and more.
University's Scholarly Communications Program
Lean more or consult with a specialist about tools, policies, and services including copyright.
View side-by-side comparisons of EndNote, Mendeley, and Zotero features.
Discover experts at Binghamton University.
NIH Public Access Policy Support
Support for submitting manuscripts to National Institute of Health for compliance with their public access policy.
Requesting and Borrowing Materials
View, manage, and renew borrowed or requested materials.
Learn about your borrowing privileges and the loan periods of other items, including journals.
Interlibrary Loan (ILLiad) Service
Obtain materials not owned by the Libraries from other state, national or international libraries.
View your borrowing privileges (retained at the same pre-retirement level).
SUNY Open Access
Allows for borrowing privileges at other SUNY schools with the presentation of a valid institutional ID. Borrowing privileges and restrictions are set by the host institution. Call the host institution in advance to verify hours.
Allows Binghamton faculty, emeritus faculty, students, and library staff onsite access to the collections and services of institutions participating in this membership program.
New York State Borrowing Privileges
Access resources from the New York State Library and New York Public Library as a NY State resident.
Off-Campus Access to Electronic Resources
Access our electronic research materials off campus or when using wireless with your PODs username and password.
Allows you to designate your Research or Teaching Assistant as your proxy borrower. This allows them to check books and materials out on your behalf.
Research and Collections Services
Ask a Librarian
Assistance from librarians in locating materials on a topic or with using the many online resources for your research and teaching needs.
Collection Development Policies
Learn about our collection areas and how we approach building and sustaining those collections.
Faculty Research Room
Reserve a quiet, semi-private room to conduct your research.
Connect with your subject librarians who provide a wide range of services focusing on a particular area or discipline. Subject librarians select materials for the collections in their areas; provide subject-specific instruction and course guides; and offer general research assistance and specialized research consultations.
Recommendation for Purchase
Suggest a title to add to the library collections.
Gain access to data through our memberships to the New York State Data Center and the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). More information about numeric data services is available on the Data Services for Social Sciences guide.