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Physics: Research Assistance

Research guide for the physics subject area.

Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan

Document Delivery/Interlibrary Loan

If TTU Libraries does not own the item you need, request it through DocDel/ILL.

Welcome

I am the librarian for Physics at Texas Tech University, I perform consultations and collaborate with faculty and students affiliated with the department. I teach classes and workshops and provide one-on-one research consultations in-person, via email and chat IM. I also purchase new books, ebooks, multimedia, and provide other online research sources for the department in addition to conducting my own research in digital and university libraries.

Your personal librarian can help when you...

  • have questions about the library.
  • are a distance student and need help navigating web resources.
  • have an assignment requiring peer-reviewed journal articles or library materials.
  • need an interlibrary loan/ ILLiad account.
  • need to write with a writing style or find style manual websites.
  • need to cite and track articles for future use.
  • want to improve searches and understand what/why you are searching in a database.
  • find a citation of an article but don't know how to find it.

I look forward to helping you with your research!

Finding Information

Library collections are available in print and electronic formats. Physical collections relevant to Physics can be found in the University Library. Additionally, we also offer digital equipment for documentation in various formats in our Digital Media Studio.

You can search for both print and electronic journals, conferences, books and other media using the federated search from the Libraries' main web page. Records provided in this database search will give you a link to read the item, the physical location for of holdings based on building and call number, or will provide you with a streamlined method of requesting them from interlibrary loan.