The library reopens on August 24th with reduced hours. Please check our hours before coming to the library.
Many of our resources can be accessed electronically, but if you need a book from the library you can have it shipped to your home. Please take a look at the COVID19 Operations tab of this guide to see some instructional videos on these updated processes.
24/7 Reference Assistance is still available using our Ask A Librarian Chat.
We have temporary policies for borrowing and renewal during this time: https://lib.msu.edu/circ/policies-and-procedures/
Please don't hesitate to reach out to me with questions at email@example.com.
This guide is designed as a jumping-off point for your research in the field of sociology. It covers key resources, both in print and electronic, but is not comprehensive. Remember that sociological queries are often interdisciplinary, so be sure to check for library resources in other areas like agriculture, art, education, ethnic studies, gender studies, health, history, law, psychology, and urban planning---depending on your topic of inquiry.
For help locating and using library resources and services use the Ask A Librarian service or contact Carin Graves (firstname.lastname@example.org), the subject specialist for Sociology. Research consultation appointments are available upon request.
For help with technical issues (e.g. problems with library e-resources such as login issues, error messages, etc.) contact Discovery Services at (517)353-8700 or email@example.com.