Use the links on this page to help with: finding books at USD and other libraries, downloading and printing journal articles and cases, and assisting faculty with course management software. Please feel free to contact a reference librarian with any questions.
Step 1 - Search the USD library catalog – http://sallypro.sandiego.edu. Search for journal title (e.g. Columbia Law Review). The catalog will indicate if we have access to the journal in print, microform, in HeinOnline, Westlaw, Lexis, or another database.
Step 2 - Download the article
Journal Databases – Most articles in these databases are PDF copies of original source. No log-in required to use these databases on-campus. Off-campus, sign in with MySanDiego ID or library barcode. JStor and Academic Search Premier are useful for non-law and multidisciplinary journals.
Google Scholar - https://scholar.google.com/. Search by article title. Articles may be PDF or HTML. Search results are linked to our subscription databases.
ILL request – If the article is not available at the LRC, please contact a reference librarian to help explore other libraries.
USD library catalog – http://sallypro.sandiego.edu/. You can search for books by title, author, or keyword (if you are not sure of the exact title). If the LRC or Copley owns the book, the catalog will indicate its location, call number, and availability.
Interlibrary Loans and the San Diego Circuit – Even when a book is not available in our collection at the LRC or Copley, we can often borrow books from other libraries, in San Diego and beyond. For San Diego Circuit and interlibrary loan requests, please contact the reference desk for assistance.
Google Books – http://books.google.com/. Scanned PDF pages of many books are available online via Google Books. If no longer protected by copyright, you can see all pages. If under copyright, you can search and see portions of the text.
HathiTrust – http://www.hathitrust.org/. HathiTrust is a digital library made up of millions of titles from academic and research institutions. Many books are available in PDF. If no longer protected by copyright, you can see all pages. If under copyright, access is limited.
Administrator's Guide to Using TWEN (this 2013 is the most recent edition)
User Guides and Video Tutorials - instructions on managing quizzes, assignments, grades and more in TWEN
TWEN Technical Assistance: 1-800-850-9378
Materials checked out to faculty members are due at the end of each semester. The LRC Circulation department will send EAs a list of checked out materials to review with each faculty member. If the faculty member still needs any of the material, it can be renewed. Simply respond to the email noting which materials need to be renewed. Materials that are no longer needed should be returned to the LRC.