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Wor-Wic's collection includes a variety of specialized and multidisciplinary web-based, full-text online subscription databases. Nursing and rad-tech software programs are installed in Allied Health Resource Center, and Internet access and office applications are available in all five centers.

The comprehensive collection of full-text online databases, also accessible from off campus, covers a wide range of genres and includes a variety of both print and online sources – videos and articles from reference books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers, pamphlets, statistical tables, etc.

Just select Library Services under our "Quick Links" menu, then Research Databases. For more information, call or email the library.

SU/Wor-Wic Agreement

Traditional library services are provided to Wor-Wic students by SU Libraries, including: full borrowing privileges from all libraries in the University System of Maryland with no limits on the number of items (request from USMAI online catalog), use of the library facility and basic equipment, and reference assistance. Present a current Wor-Wic identification card at Blackwell's circulation desk to obtain a SU library card. Wor-Wic students may also obtain a special borrower's card at the UMES Frederick Douglass Library and use their facility.

Interlibrary Loan

Materials from other libraries outside the University System of Maryland, can be obtained through Interlibrary Loan, by completing an online form on Blackwell Library's website. Go to the SU Libraries websiteExternal Link, click on Interlibrary Loan, then ILL page. Students and staff will be charged a $15.00 SU Services fee per each filled request and any additional charges by lending libraries. Students may also request materials through Marina, a free statewide interlibrary loan system in Maryland, accessible through public library websites. A Maryland public library card is needed. For articles in the allied health field, Wor-Wic library staff may request through Docline (NLM's interlibrary loan system).

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