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Boeing Students

Finding Books

Students may get books from all around Oregon and Washington using the Summit catalog. Items can be delivered to the Oregon Tech Library's circulation desk or to any of the other member libraries. You will have to pre-arrange to pick up your Summit materials from a different Summit library. Summit items will usually arrive within 2-5 days from the time you submit your request.

Need help finding a Summit member library near you? Here is a map.

To pre-arrange pick up from a library near you:

  1. Go to the Circulation desk at the participating Summit Library and ask for a guest account for Summit. They will need to enter you into their system and verify that you are a student at Oregon Tech. To do this, you will need your Oregon Tech ID with a current sticker. You may also be asked to login to your account at the Oregon Tech Library. To do this go to the Oregon Tech Library Catalog and choose “View your own record
  2. If you get a security warning, click continue to website.
  3. Enter your login information (same as your Oregon Tech email account)
    This will verify that you are an Oregon Tech student and you will be added to the participating library’s computer system.

Once you are registered as an authorized patron, you can request items from the Summit catalog and have them delivered to this library.
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Finding Articles

As an Oregon Tech student, you have access to all of the premium subscription databases the Oregon Tech Library provides.  Simply use the same login information as you use for your Oregon Tech email account when prompted. A list of databases by subjects can be found here.

See Tips on Searching the Oregon Tech Library Databases to help you get started.

Order articles from anywhere! This is a new service where you can order articles that are not online and you will get an e-mail when they are ready for you to download them.  You will  need your Oregon Tech email account to access this service.

Getting Help

We encourage you to ask an Oregon Tech Librarian anytime if you need assistance.