Librarians can assist you with your research, including locating the right citation, database, or book; creating research plans; and learning how to use online or print research resources. Stop by the Ask Here desk and ask to speak with a librarian, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions or to make an appointment. A librarian is generally in the building 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. M-F, but we are available other times by appointment.
The library's website also has resources to help you with your research.
Need to find an online journal article? These databases cover a wide range of subjects and can be a good place to start a journal article search.
Sometimes, professors put required textbooks as well as other course materials on course reserve. These items typically have a two hour checkout period to allow lots of students access to them.
To see what materials a professor has placed on reserve, visit the Ask Here Desk or search the library catalog.
A valid Hiram ID is all that is needed to check out course reserves.
Hiram College Library has hundreds of online resources for a variety of subjects. Use the "Ways to Search Box" to select a database by subject or go directly to the A-Z list of databases. Off-campus users will be prompted to login with their Hiram username and password to authenticate their access.