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The UConn Stamford Campus Library Learning Commons brings together Library Services, Technology Support and the Writing & Q Center in one central space. Located on the first floor this collaborative effort gathers all resources and space for working on academic assignments to the 21st century.

Library Hours | Library Services|  Technology Support | Writing & Q Center |
Make a NEXUS Appointment| UConn Stamford Student Resources

 

The Library Learning Commons offers:

• Computer Workstations (PC/Macs) • Library Services Desk / Access Services Dept
• Printers (B&W, Color)  UConn ID Required. (HuskyPrint.uconn.edu) • Media:Scape (1) & Collaboration Spaces (3) – 1st floor (seating up to 5 people) (first come, first serve)
• Scanners • Research Assistance
• Research Databases (lib.uconn.edu) • Comfortable furnishings
• The Source for Active Learning (Writing Center/Q Center) Room 1.74 • Whiteboards & Portable power receptacles
• Academic Software Programs (software.uconn.edu) • Library Equipment Loans (calculators, laptops, headphones)
• Technology Support Desk -1st floor (techsupport.uconn.edu) • Quiet Study Area – 2nd floor
• Quiet Study Room – 1st floor, Room 1.65 • Group Study Rooms – 2nd floor (5 rooms, 2.61 -2.65) (first come, first serve)
• Conference Room – 1st floor (seats 10) Room 1.67 (first come, first serve) • Bloomberg Terminal -1st floor (across from library elevator)

Library Services Desk

203-251-8500
Stamford Library Staff

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    Latest UConn ID Card     Stamford Library       Ask a Librarian
Library Catalog   
(Books, eBooks, journal articles, DVDs)
UConn WorldCat – Find Books & Media
• Off-Campus Access Help
• UConn RefWorks
(citation management software)
• Google Scholar (set and save preferences for University of Connecticut)  [Using Google Scholar]
 

Technology Support

 Hotline: 203-251-9599
Stamford Technology Services Group

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  (University Tech Support)
One Card Office  add money to your UConn ID (Husky One Card). Cash not accepted.

• Printing & Photocopying:   (B&W $0.05 cents per page/ Color $0.15 cents per page).

Free Scanning (from stand-alone scanner stations & from our photocopy machine)

HuskyPrint for Students  
  (B&W $.05cents |  Color $.15cents)

Wireless Access for Students
   (UConn-Secure Network)
• HuskyCT (Help for Instructors: IRC and Students: DLC)
UConn ITS Help Center 
860.486.4357 (HELP) | Email: techsupport@uconn.edu
• Remote Access/Remote Desktop
• UConn Anyware
 (remote access to university-licensed software)
(available software for students, faculty and staff)
• University Policies
 Information Security Policy Manual
 

Writing & Q Center Support at Stamford 

is The Source for Active Learning (“The Source”)

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Note: Tutoring Services not available during Winter/Spring Intersessions and Summer Sessions.

  • Like Us on Facebook!  search “UConn Stamford Writing Center”
  • Follow us on Twitter: @uconnstamwc

The tutoring schedule will be announced at the beginning of the semester through the UConn Stamford student mailing list; make sure to check your UConn email for Writing Center updates. 

  • Walk-ins are welcome but scheduling a one-on-one appointment is encouraged.
  • “The Source” is located on the first floor of the UConn Stamford Jeremy Richard Library, room 1.74, back corner of the library.
  • For Appointments, go to the NEXUS website
    • Click on “Log In” and  then login with your NetID and password (if you don’t know your NetID and password visit http://netid.uconn.edu to find out and activate it.
    • Click “Schedule an Appointment” and then “Search by Department”
    • Scroll to  The Source for Active Learning 
    • Click on “Choose Person” and select your tutor
    • Schedule you appointment (no more than two 30 minute appointments per day)
    • Meet with your tutor in the Learning Commons area of the Jeremy Richard Library (Room 1.74), in the back right corner of the library.
  • After you make an appointment online, you will receive an email confirmation. Make sure to cancel your appointment online if you realize you cannot keep it. 
  • Can’t make it in-person? Email your essay or assignment to our UConn Stamford Online Tutoring Program email address: uconn.stamford.writing.center@gmail.com. View the Stamford Online Tutoring Program Guidelines here.
  • You can meet with your writing consultant for a 30-minute one-on-one session in the library.
  • You should bring the assignment sheet and instructions to your session, if coming for an assignment.
  • Need to cancel an appointment? You can cancel your appointment online.
Schedule an Appointment thru NEXUS
Citation Guides & Management Tools
 (RefWorks, APA, MLA, Turabian/Chicago, ASA etc)