Also check out...
Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies at BGSU, the web site for the department at BGSU. Find out information about the program, meet the faculty, and see upcoming events.
The Browne Popular Culture Library, for lots of great resources: magazines from the late 1800s to the present; books on feminism, women in popular and american culture; alternative press and women's movement materials from the 60s and 70s; and much, much more.
The Music Library and Sound Recordings Archives, for women's music, information about the struggles of women in the music industry, and much more.
The Center for Archival Collections, for diaries, journals, photographs, manuscripts, and numerous other primary source materials.
Wireless Printing Instructions
NEW! Wireless Printing in the Library
Wireless and remote printing from laptops and tablets is now available in the library! Using this feature will allow you to queue printing from anywhere on campus to a printer in the lobby of Jerome Library. You will not be charged for the printing until you release the job by swiping your ID or entering your username and password at the release station next to the printer.
- PC/Windows Users:To access this printing feature from a PC/Windows machine, please download and run this file.
- Mac/Apple Users: To access this printing feature from a Mac, please follow the instructions found here.
Any problems with configuring your device should be directed to the Technology Support Center (372-0999).
Let's Get Started!
This guide will help you get started
with your research for WS 2000.
Getting Started at the University Libraries
- To borrow items from the libraries, you need your BGSU photo ID and a current record in the library database. For more detailed information, see Borrowing, Renewing, and Requesting.
- For remote access to the online research databases,
- login in with your BGSU user name and password (same as for campus email, MyBGSU, and BGSU lab and library computers.)
- If the University Libraries doesn't have what you need, chances are that OhioLINK does. OhioLINK is the 80+ academic (and some public) libraries that lend their resources to one another through an online requesting system. Look for the "Request this item" button in the OhioLINK catalog. For more detailed information, see OhioLINK requesting.
- We're here to assist you! If you need help using the library, can't find what you want, have an assignment and need help getting started, Ask Us! for immediate help. Besides drop-in help, the University Libraries offer Individual Research Appointments for undergraduates & graduate students.