The SUNY Adirondack Library provides a comfortable place for students to do research and study. The library houses 43,000 print volumes, more than 130,000 electronic downloadable books, and more than 60,000 newspapers, magazines, and journals.
The SUNY Adirondack Library subscribes to more than 100 databases linking to full-text scholarly journals and college-level reference materials for academic research. Access to these materials is available 24 hours a day from off campus with a college network account. The library's web page offers customized research guides and tutorials on popular research topics.
Librarians are available whenever the library is open to assist students with their research and teach students how to navigate the often complex world of information resources. They also provide introductions to library resources through course-integrated sessions, one-to-one instruction, and LIB187 (one credit course).
The library offers more than 30 computers for access to library databases and the Internet. Wireless computer access is available for those with a college network account. Students may reserve group study rooms. The Library is open 75 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters, including evenings and weekends.
The library provides quick access through interlibrary loan and courier deliveries to materials at other SUNY libraries as well as colleges and universities throughout the country.
The Accessibility Services Office provides some specialized equipment and software for student use. If you need assistance with the equipment, please ask a staff member.
The library is located in the Scoville Learning Center building in the center of campus. The SUNY Adirondack Library webpage can be accessed at http://library.sunyacc.edu. The Library's main phone number is (518) 743-2260. Library hours are posted on the library's Web page.