Most of our databases are available to our students, faculty and staff from off campus locations. You will need either your 9 digit University ID number (if you have an older ID use the last 9 digits of that 15 digit barcode) or your University username/password to login successfully. Be sure to go to the Library's web page to access the databases.
Having problems? Contact Danielle Reay at (570) 422-3157 or via email at email@example.com or call the Circulation Desk at (570)422-3126 or the Reference Desk at (570)422-3594.
Have questions? Check out our off campus access help page
Welcome to this library research guide for your special education course on students with high incidence disabilities. Here you will find suggested resources for basic research in this area along with tips for making the most of your database searches. This guide will reinforce those things we talked about during my visit with your class.
Use the tabs across the top of the guide to get to information on specific resources or techniques.
I am the library liaison to the Special Education and Rehabilitation Department. I'm here to help you so don't hesitate to contact me with your concerns and questions or when you need help.
I look forward to working with you.
Danielle Reay, Your Librarian
It's important to stay informed about new developments in your discipline. Subscribe to an association newsletter or set-up an alert to be sent to your email when a new topic of interest appears in the news. Blogs and RSS feeds are another way to stay current --- you can subscribe to any number of those.
Here's a list of just a few web sites that provide current news or have news feeds or blogs in the area of Special Education: