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Design

Welcome!

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The Barcelona Chair

 

This guide is designed for students taking design classes and/or design majors.  Simply use the tabs at the top of the page to find the resources or information you need.  If you need any help, or you have questions or comments, please email me, call me, or stop by the library; I'm here to help you!

- Dr. Donna Rothrock, Archivist and Acquisitions Librarian, Salem College

 

Visiting the Library

The library's current hours are available online. Please note: a Salem ID is required for card access during evening and weekend hours.

To obtain a Salem ID, please visit public safety. They can be reached by email at publicsafety@salem.edu or by phone at (336) 917-5555.

Salem Support

Off-Campus Access

Access the library's electronic resources anytime, anywhere! Just make sure to start your search from this research guide or the library's website at https://library.salem.edu

When prompted to log in, use your MySalem credentials. Enter just your username and not the @salem.edu portion of your log in. Example: jane.doe NOT jane.doe@salem.edu. 

For problems with your username or password, please contact IT at helpdesk@salem.edu or (336) 917-5899.


Library Staff can help with ...

  • Research Assistance
  • Resources Links 
  • Authenticating Off-Campus

Get Help from the library via email, chat, or online consultation.

Salem IT can help with ...

  • Device Support
  • Software
  • VPN

Contact IT at helpdesk@salem.edu 

See the COVID-19 FAQs for Salem College Students for information about free or low cost internet access options.


Office of Academic Support can help with ...

  • Time Management
  • Study Habits
  • Test Anxiety

Email: academic.support@salem.edu 

Questions about accessibility? Email disability.services@salem.edu


Salem College Writing Center

Located on the 3rd floor of Salem Library, the Writing Center offers face to face (synchronous) appointments this semester, as well as two virtual options available: 1) synchronous appointments (meet with consultant in real time) using Google Drive and potentially video or 2) you can get feedback asynchronously by submitting your paper via email. Visit their website for more information or to schedule appointments.


The QUEST Center

The QUEST Program is an academic support program created and maintained by Salem College faculty and staff in order to provide all Salem Academy & College students with an extra outlet of educational support in fields which require quantitative and scientific thinking, and technological skills.

Through the QUEST Program, all registered Salem students have access to online resources and in-person peer tutoring opportunities. All services are free to all enrolled Salem students. All QUEST tutors are recommended by the faculty who teach the supported courses.‚Äč

The QUEST Center is located on the 1st floor of Salem Library.