Contact the Library
1. Email us* at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Text us* at 203-490-4500.
3. Submit a question* via Ask a Librarian (LibAnswers).
4. Call the Reference Desk at (203) 371-7726.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL):
*See http://libguides.sacredheart.edu/StamfordILL for more details about which ILL services are available to you as Stamford faculty/students.
Walking Tour of Restaurants Close to Landmark Square
- Last Updated Dec 2, 2013
This guide provides links, where available, to restaurants, coffee shops, delis, et cetera, in downtown Stamford Connecticut, near Landmark Square.
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Getting Started in the Library
Sacred Heart University's Ryan-Matura Library is located on the Fairfield campus, but we do have many services and professional staff available to you.
Go to http://library.sacredheart.edu - this is your portal to the library's electronic and subscription resources. If you are outside of the main Fairfield campus, you will need to login with your SHU ID & Password in order to use most library resources & databases.
You can access the online catalog (which displays the books & journals that the Library owns & subscribes to), view a list and links for general, multidisciplinary, & subject-specific databases, and contact a librarian directly from the library's main web page (via email or text).
What can you do from the library website?
- Search the library catalog (books, multimedia, & journals that we own)
- Search article or specialized research databases
- Get help with citations and access EasyBib (full Academic version, this is an online citation manager available to SHU students & faculty)
- View online research guides, many of which are specifically devoted to your classes or majors (LibGuides)
- Submit an online form for special help with your research
- Place an interlibrary loan request
- Renew your books
- Ask a librarian a question (can receive answers via text or email)
- Access online reference sources (yes, those huge sets of print encyclopedias are now online!)
- Check out our Digital Commons, a digital forum for papers published by the SHU Community