Adelphi University Archives and Special Collections (UASC) collects, preserves, and provides access to unique and rare materials of enduring value; and serves as the institutional memory of Adelphi by collecting, preserving, and providing access to materials that document its history.
A guide to resources and best practices for citation, academic integrity, and bibliographic management. This guide includes information on citing resources in APA, Chicago/Turabian, CSE, and MLA styles.
Collaboration Studios, located on the first floor of Swirbul Library, are designed for group study and should be reserved ahead of time. There are 2 wheelchair-accessible studios, 5 small studios, and 3 large studios.
Reading Lists is a tool that makes it simple for faculty to place items on “reserve” and for students to access all of a course’s materials. Reading Lists displays in Moodle for easy access to required or suggested course materials.
The libraries can lend limited amounts of hardware such as laptops to students, faculty, and staff. Students can also borrow peripheral devices and connections to charge their personal technology as well as connect to existing technology stations.
The digital edition of The New York Times (NYT) is available for current students, staff, and faculty. Access is granted through a renewable site license that must be verified with a current Adelphi University email.
Access to a digital subscription of the Wall Street Journal is available to current students, staff, and faculty through the Ornstein foundation. Access to the WSJ, including the WSJ app is verified through a renewable site license using a valid Adelphi University email.
The Adelphi University Exhibitions Program is committed to presenting thought-provoking, inspiring and educational exhibitions in Adelphi’s three gallery spaces. Exhibitions include the work of students, faculty, guest artists and work drawn from the University Art Collection.
Explore the history of student affairs and campus life at Adelphi University with the student yearbook, Oracle, accessible through the digital collections of Adelphi University Archives and Special Collections (UASC).
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