CWU James E. Brooks Library -- Your Partner for Student Success
As Adjunct faculty of Central Washington University you have the same library privileges as all faculty of the University. This gives you access to all the subscribed journals, electronic books, and reference services.
You can access the following services through CWU Brooks Library:
· Liaison Librarians assigned to each academic discipline
· Research Assistance in person, by phone, and via email
· 24/7 Live Reference Chat
· Access to Library Resources including electronic access to journals, databases, eBooks, government documents and streaming video
· Information Literacy Instruction via Skype, Canvas or as part of a library visit
Traditionally academic libraries housed books and periodicals for use by academic researchers. A modern academic library offers much more than just circulation of books and reference services. We still offer those traditional services, but the electronic age means much of our content can be accessed remotely, making it easy to use the library wherever you have a cell or internet connection.
All CWU faculty can utilize the library and the full range of services.
Erin Sulla is liaison to College in the High School and can help direct you to subject specific reference librarians if you need research assistance.
You can click the links below to other access some of our discipline specific subject guides, browse our guides:
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Connect with library staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Fill out this form and receive a response via email, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for research help, assistance with your library account, or general library questions.
Schedule a time to meet with a librarian.
Call 509-963-3682 for research help, questions about your library account, and general information.
Contact a specific librarian based on the subject of your research.
Report issues with any of our electronic resources (e.g. databases, journals, ebooks, etc.).
For further information visit our Research Support page.
Open access materials include content that is made open for use through Creative Commons licenses, Public Domain, or open access through another means. Many great, and free, resources are available to use for teaching.
Below the Open Access Resources are links to ebooks you can check out online from our library.