Everyone is welcome to use the St. Lawrence University Libraries, however, borrowing policies vary by an individual's relationship to the University. Most materials housed in libraries are available for checkout (with an AVAILABLE designation in the libraries' catalog) at the Circulation Desks. Other materials, such as periodicals, reference materials, and special collections may not be checked out. These materials have a designation of IN LIBRARY USE ONLY in the catalog.
Anyone is welcome to use the special collections and archives. If you are coming from out-of-town, we would prefer that you contact us ahead of time so that we can make any necessary preparations, but if that is not possible, please feel free to visit anyway. Before using the collections, you will be required to present valid identification and fill out a request to examine specific materials. None of the items in these collections circulate, and all must be used within our reading room. Users are welcome to bring laptop computers.
All posters will be printed on plain paper unless otherwise noted.
|Plain Paper (default)||Bright White Paper||
Heavy Coated Paper
High Gloss Photo Paper
Tyvek Material for Banners
|Size A (8.5"x11")||
The following are general guidelines for printing posters for class presentations, conferences or events such as the Festival of Science. If you have specific questions not answered here please contact:
Owen D. Young Library (ODY) Library: Tom Dildine
Launders Science Library (LSL): Carol Cady or Dakota Casserly.
The following is a list of citation guides designed to provide an introduction to citing sources.
The GIS Program at St. Lawrence University is one of many services offered by the Libraries and Information Technology Division. Located on the top floor of the Launders Science Library, we provide instructional, technical and research support to the St. Lawrence University community in the use of geospatial software and technology. We offer instruction and support relating to Geographic Information Systems, Remote Sensing and Global Positioning Systems.
Want to quickly create a webpage that highlights course-specific scholarly resources for your students? A Course-Specific Library Page allows you to provide: Links to reserve readings, citation guides, links to research tools such as journal databases, web sites, reference titles, library tutorials and contact information for students to get assistance. To request that an item be placed on reserve, please review the Reserve Readings page.