Answered By: Nancy Alzo Last Updated: May 13, 2017 Views: 22
Crumb Library is a select depository for both US (Federal) documents and New York State documents. While government information is increasing available online, we continue to receive some material in paper and microfiche and maintain a collection of older documents in these formats.
Anyone can access Internet browsing in Crumb Library. SUNY Potsdam affiliated users log on to any computer with their campus computer account (CCA) while guest access is provided on the computers adjacent to the Help Desks. User name and password are both Internet. Personal devices can access our WiFi by authenticating to our guest account (W@SP guest). Printing from online sites is provided at a cost of 10 cents/page. Printouts are picked up and paid for at the main Circulation Desk. Print documents can be scanned at the overhead scanner behind the Research Help Desk, and either emailed or saved to a thumb drive or copied on our photocopier (10 cents/page). Microfiche reader is located adjacent to the microformat collections.
On the Libraries' web site, connect to our Guide to Government Documents for access to a variety of tools to find government information. If you have questions about availability and/or access, please see the Librarian at the Research Help Desk. If no one is immediately available, please use our Get Help service to submit a question by email.