Whether you're looking for research or recreation, Trexler Library is every scholar's dream.
New to researching? Learn the basics here:
- Introduction to research
Our guide will get you started on your way to a successful research paper.
- Policy on Noise Abatement in Trexler Library
- Library Tour
Click for videos describing different areas of the library
- First Year Student Guide
This guide serves as a central location for all the information most important to you as a student on the DeSales campus.
- DeSales University Faculty Publications
Trexler Library staff members are pleased to offer a new online guide to recent faculty publications. Wherever possible we have included abstracts of the publications and photos of the faculty members.
*The works included here are monographs and peer-reviewed journal articles only. We have not included book reviews, newspaper articles, manuscripts of conference presentations, posters, art works or music compositions.
- Citation guides
Learn the difference between APA and MLA, and more.
- Avoiding plagiarism
This guide provides tips on what constitutes plagiarism
- MLA Citation Examples
Powerpoint with MLA citation examples
Pursuing advanced studies?
Need one-on-one help?
- Make an appointment for research assistance
A librarian will help you develop a research strategy and find resources for your school project. This service can be provided via email, the phone, and in person in the library.
Students with a documented print disability who require alternative format media may contact Barbara Ryan Hausman, the Coordinator of Learning and Disability Services, in the Academic Resource Center (Dooling Hall, Room 26, x1453)
- Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 10:00pm
- Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm
- Saturday CLOSED
- Sunday CLOSED
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