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Distance Learners: Lyman Beecher Brooks Library

This guide outlines library services and resources for distance learners at the Lyman Beecher Brooks Library

Find What You Need Wherever You Are!

Don't let being out of reach of the LBB Library put you at a disadvantage.

While the library has extensive electronic resources, and open-source databases are making it easier for anyone to find full-text articles available with the click of a button, sometimes you may need access to a physical resource.

The links here are meant to help distance students find resources where and when they need them. Many of the libraries are federally-funded and open to researchers, but inquire with specific institutions regarding their access policies.