Welcome! This libguide is intended for students who are doing research on topics related to Women and Gender Studies. Please use the tabs above to find reference sources, books & e-books, journal articles, free databases, data and statistics, Internet resources, organizations, media and citation help that will assist you in your research.
As you research and assess the reliability of the information that you find, keep the following in mind:
"Nobody can make you feel inferior without your permission." ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
Ways to Contact
When you need help with your research, you can contact the University Libraries by one of the following ways:
- By toll free number: 866-272-5612 Press #5 for the Library
- Carlson Library Reference Desk: 814-393-2490
- Suhr Library Reference Desk: 814-676-6591 ext 1242
- Click here for Live Chat with a librarian.
- Click on the ASK A Librarian icon. This is an e-mail option. Turn around time during the week is 24 hours or less.
- Send e-mail to email@example.com
- My phone--814-676-6591 ext 1247
- My hours are M-W--10AM to 8PM, Sat--9AM to 4 PM.
Welcome to the University Library Services for Off-Campus Students & Faculty
Clarion University Libraries offer services designed to support research and information needs of off-campus students and faculty. Distance education support includes reference and information assistance, access to online resources, online tutorials, and interlibrary loan.
Each time you contact the library, please identify yourself as a Clarion University distance education student. You also will be asked to provide contact information so that resources may be e-mailed, faxed, or mailed to you.
The Library staff is committed to responding to your requests in a timely manner. While online technology makes many resources available in a very short time, library staff sometimes need to send materials by mail or contact other libraries for materials not owned by Clarion University. To insure that materials reach you in time to support your projects, please request resources as soon as possible.
Clarion University Libraries maintains a specific web page for Virtual Campus Students.
Please access the LibGuide for Distance Education for more information.
Please take a few minutes and watch the video presentation of the Virtual Campus Library Resources.