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SPRING 2023 Survey Now Active! - Zero Textbook Cost (ZTC) & OER Survey - Alternative Learning Materials Initiative

The Alternative Learning Materials Initiative (ALMI) is running the survey again to count the number of courses that have no additional cost for textbooks. Additionally, we will designate all courses that have Zero Textbook Cost in Banner. The Spring Survey is Active! Be sure to take the survey to get the ZTC attribute applied to your course! If you have any questions, please contact Chris Hulsman, Electronic & Educational Resources Librarian.

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month! This guide highlights print books published since 2015 that focus on Indigenous experiences, history, and heritage.

Accessible PDF Exchange for Course Shells Initiative: Are You Using Older Scanned PDFs of Articles in Your Course Shell? Find Out How E. H. Butler Library Can Help You With Accessibility & Discovery

Accessible PDF Exchange Initiative

During the transition from Blackboard to D2L Brightspace, E. H. Butler Library is providing a form to enter any PDF content you might be using in your course shell and we will try to locate the resource in our library's electronic collection. Do you have an article or book chapter PDF you've been using for years? Let us know and we will try to provide you with: An updated accessible PDF version when available. And a permalink to the library collection to access the resource. This will assist us with usage and enhance student discovery of library electronic resources. 

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October Bus Passes available in Parking Services

Buffalo State is pleased to provide its undergraduate students access to the NFTA Metro Bus and Rail system. Students can pick up their October monthly pass at Parking Services in Moot Hall.

AllSearch Update

AllSearch Update

We streamlined the AllSearch search box so you can jump straight into the search. The new drop-down next to the search box gives you more options to start your search. Learn More...

Reproductive Justice resources

Reproductive Justice Resources

A curated collection of resources related to reproductive justice, the Black feminist social movement that calls for the right to bodily self-autonomy, the right to have children, the right to not have children, and the right to raise one's children in safe and sustainable communities. The resources are organized by theme.

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Need Help? Ask Us.

Butler Library can support your research needs no matter where you are. Librarians are available to answer questions via chat, email, phone, and text during Ask Us service hours.

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The Science of college
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E. H. Butler Library, SUNY Buffalo State
1300 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY 14222
Phone: (716) 878 6300
Fax: (716) 878-3134
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