Students, faculty and staff may reserve equipment such as laptops, tablets, video recording kits, projectors, and more. Equipment may be checked out for 7 days.
If we don't have an item you need, chances are we can get it from one of our partner libraries. Interlibrary loan is a free service for current Buffalo State students, faculty, and staff.
StudyQuad has two group study rooms with tables and dry-erase marker boards (110A and 110B), and the StudyQuad Lounge has one presentation room with a table and flat screen TV with a USB port (107F). To receive a confirmed room reservation, please book 24 hours in advance.
Butler Library invites faculty and staff to submit their publications or creative works for display.
Get one on one assistance from a librarian.
Butler Library provides an easy way to search multiple library collections at once. ALLsearch is like the library's version of Google that provides results from our library catalog and various databases at once. It's a great way to get started with research.
Search for articles, books, chapters, and media items put on reserve for your classes.
Buffalo State faculty, staff, and students may borrow books, media, and reserve materials at the Circulation Desk by using a valid Bengal Card. Review policies for loaned materials.
If Butler Library doesn't have what you're looking for, we may be able to get it from another library. Interlibrary Loan is a free service for current Buffalo State students, faculty, and staff.
Buffalo State College's Institutional Repository (IR) system brings together all the college's research under one umbrella, with an aim to preserve and provide access to that research.
Butler Library hosts the largest open computer labs on campus, with a variety of technologies and services available.
Networked printers and copiers are located in Butler Library’s Information Commons, QuietQuad, and StudyQuad.
Check out laptops, tablets, video recording kits, projectors, and more.
The RITE Support Desk is the first point of contact for technical assistance on campus. Get help with network accounts, Student Gmail, Banner, wi-fi, printing, and more.
Browse FAQ's relating to the library, technology, services, and more.
Get help with citation styles (APA, MLA, Chicago) and avoiding plagiarism.
This tutorial will show you how to find resources using Summon. In this tutorial, you will learn how to: search for information using keywords; use limiters to refine your results; and save your citations.
Find specific journals by title or by ISSN. Search for journals held by Butler Library in print or digitally, and learn how to access them.
Browse avaialble library resources by subject.
The Writing Center in Butler Library, a service of the Information Commons in partnership with the College Writing Program, offers an array of free services to assist students throughout all stages of the writing process.
SkillShops are 30-50 minute drop-in workshops designed to introduce and develop skills to help you succeed. Topics cover a range of topics including finding books, time management, study skills, choosing a research topic and more!
For more information and a current schedule, visit the library's SkillShop page.