When using Discovery from the library homepage, you will be able to log in after doing a search. From the search results page, click the “Off Campus? Log in to access full text and more content” link in the top right corner of the page.
Simply go to your desired database from our database list, or from the Find Articles tab of a Research Guide, and you'll be prompted to login. Once you have logged into one, you should be able to access others without logging in again. But eventually, your authentication will time out, and you'll need to log back in.
Whether going through Discovery or a different database, you'll be prompted to log in on the standard Saint Anselm College log in screen that you see when logging into your SAC Outlook email or Canvas.
Log in with your Saint Anselm email and password. If you are already logged into your email or Canvas, you should not be prompted to log in again.
If your question is not about the screen pictured above, please email the reference librarians at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, you can also access library databases through Citrix. Just log into Citrix with your normal SAC username and password, open a browser there, and navigate to the library website, where you can then search as if you were on campus.
Stop by or call the Circulation Desk at 603-641-7300.
Restrooms are located on the lower level of the library. Walk down the stairs ahead and to the left when you come in the building. Turn right to walk into the lower level. Turn right again, before you get to the shelves of DVDs, and another immediate right to access the restrooms.
Or, take the elevator to the lower level. The restrooms are straight ahead on the far wall, past the tables and shelves. Follow the signs.
You're welcome to enjoy snacks and covered beverages in the library, such as the items sold in the vending machines.
Help keep your library clean. We ask that you do NOT bring in full meals, such as food in containers from Dining Services.
If you do spill, please clean it up promptly. If you need paper towels, etc., feel free to ask library staff at any service desk.
If you would like specialized help with doing library research in your major or other subject area, contact the librarian for that subject. We're happy to schedule appointments with you or work with you via email.
|Computer Science||Melinda Malik|
|Criminal Justice||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
|Economics & Business||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
|English||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
|Fine Arts||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
|History||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
|Modern Languages||Christine Clayton|
|Politics||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
|Psychology||Vacant - contact the Reference Desk|
Yes, we have a fax machine available to current students only. Visit the Periodicals Information Desk on the lower level for information on using the fax machine.
We send you emails regarding interlibrary loan requests for many reasons. Be sure to read your email thoroughly to determine why we have contacted you. For example:
Yes. Stop by the IT Help Desk for assistance in downloading the Print Anywhere software from your computer. Once you have the software installed, you may release your print job from any printer release station on campus. There are three in the library, one on each floor.
To print to the color printer on the main level, you must use one of the library computers.
We have one color printer located in the computer lab across from the IT Help Desk on the main level. You cannot print to the color printer from your laptop. You'll need to use one of the computer lab computers to submit your print job to the color printer.