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It's Summer!

Summer Hours

Library: Noon - 6PM
24/7 Study Area: 8AM-10PM

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Jun 22 2016 -
6:30pm to 8:00pm

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Get a Study Room

You can reserve study rooms in the 24/7 Area, Media Center and CPMC, or you can just find an open walk-in room.

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Closed for Memorial Day

The Library will be closed on Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day.

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Speculative Fiction Exhibit

Science fiction books on display at the Ruben H. Fleet Science Center.

Exhibit highlights

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Summer @ the Library

Summer Research Help and Summer Reading Recommendations.

Summer Time Library Style

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Collecting Shakespeare Talk

Join us at the Neil Morgan Auditorium, San Diego Central Library on Wed, June 22 at 6:30 pm.

Reserve a seat

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Summer hours

The Library is open special hours over the summer.

Summer hours

Featured Services
 
Featured Services
 
Featured Faculty & Staff
 
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Student Success Zones

Learn about the library's different spaces at each Student Success Zone.

Student Success Zones
 

More Than Just Books

Here are 12 things worth checking out. Literally.

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The New Library Computing Hub

We've recently upgraded and updated our student computing center.

Listen to what students have to say about the new space.

Watch Computing Hub Feedback Video

 
 

Create & Collaborate

We've got room for more than two.

 
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Group Study with Media Connectivity

Group study rooms have glass whiteboards, tv screens and a computer to connect up to 6 people.

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Media Presentation Room with Video Recording

Utilize the projector screen, wireless mics and video recording to present to up to 15 people.

Reserve Presentation Room
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Open Study Spaces with Power Outlets

If you see an open table or empty study room then take it it's yours! Otherwise, you can reserve a room.

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Meet the Dean

Gale Etschmaier's Message

It’s critical to align the work and goals of the library with that of the campus, and I am looking for opportunities to collaborate in order to develop that shared mission. The library can play a bridge role by bringing people together in a unique way, blending academics, student services and business services. I’m really looking forward to integrating the library across campus.

Meet the Dean

 

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Engage with the Library

 

3D Printing

build IT @SDSU Library is a mini makerspace designed to foster creativity and innovation by providing an infrastructure for student-motivated DIY learning of technology to transform ideas into awesome products. build IT offers 3D printing and technology workshops taught by the student volunteers, aka Master Builders.
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Visit build IT
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Comic Arts Collection

The San Diego State University Library Comic Arts Committee was formed in fall 2011 by Dean Gale Etschmaier. The committee aims to raise awareness of the comic arts in higher education, to coordinate campus efforts surrounding comics and related media, and to work with the broader San Diego community in support of the comic arts.

About the Comic Arts Committee
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