Answered By: Canon Crawford Last Updated: May 19, 2016 Views: 343
The library's Smart Search and databases provide access to many articles. There are also print copies of journals, magazines and newspapers at both the Doyle and Mahoney libraries.
Under the U.S. copyright law, you are allowed to make one copy of an article for your personal use from the library's collection. There is a charge of $0.10 per sheet of paper for any photocopying or printing done in the SRJC Libraries. To print a copy of an article you found in one of the Libraries' online databases, you can:
- E-mail the article to yourself and print it with your home computer and printer
- Print the article from one of the SRJC Libraries' computers and printers.
If you are currently a student, faculty or SRJC staff member, you may request articles via Interlibrary Loan that are not available in the library's collection.