Memorial Library is your resource for technology and research materials, including books, journal articles, digital newspaper subscriptions, databases, and video. The library is also a comfortable place to study alone or in groups. For more information, including Accessibility at Memorial Library, see the Library Resources guide.
Memorial Library provides access to thousands of books, Ebooks and journals, including those in our Teaching Materials Center (TMC). Additionally, thousands of journals are available, both in print and via our databases. In 2021-2022, 210,665 searches were done in ONESearch, and 19,351 books, laptops and study room keys were checked out.
Librarians provided Research Help 1,520 times in 2021-2022 to members of the SUNY Cortland community, including drop-in help at the Research Help Desk, online chat, email, appointments, texting, and phone calls. Members of the SUNY Cortland community can chat online with a librarian 24/7.
Memorial Library offers group study rooms, study carrels, the Teaching Materials Center, the Bookmark Cafe and other spaces. A map of Memorial Library is available in this page's navigation menu. This map includes the locations for offices of Advisement and Transition and the Access Technology Lab.
Librarians taught 392 information literacy classes in 2021-2022, reaching 8,047 students. Librarians partner with faculty to teach foundational information literacy skills as well as advanced resources and strategies specific to students' majors.
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Access to campus Wi-Fi is available throughout Memorial Library, and The Help Center can help with circulation and technology questions. There are computer labs, and WEPA printers available and students can borrow laptops.
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Students interested in jobs in Memorial Library should visit the On-Campus Jobs System and select ‘Student’. Our jobs are listed under the departments of The Help Center or Library.