Locus Young Adult Award is an annual set of literary awards by the science fiction and fantasy magazine Locus. The winners are selected by poll of magazine readers. Alkek Library’s 3rd floor Juvenile Collection has all award young adult winners and finalisttitles available for checkout. The 2015 award winning Young Adult title is Half a King.
Click of the print button. Login with your Texas State netID and password. Expand all of the categories and select a printer you want to print two. Use duplex for two-sided print jobs and letter for single-sided print jobs. Browse for an upload the document you want to print. Click continue once the document is selected for upload. Click continue once more after adjusting page sizes. Wait for the job to upload. Once the page displays complete go to a print release station to release your job.
If you’re a teacher education major and need fun back to school books, have a look at some that are currently on display in the Juvenile Exhibit on the 3rd floor of the Alkek Library. Parents with children returning to school, going to school for the first time, or beginning a new school might also like some of these books!
The Guardian writes: “Teen site member jhansenwrites, creator of #VeryRealisticYA, explores some of the totally unique YA books you’ve probably not come across but really ought to look up”…and all are available at Alkek Library’s 3rd floor Juvenile Collection.
Google Scholar searches the contents of many (but not all) academic journals. However, it does not provide access to the fulltext material. If you are off-campus, you will be prompted to log in or buy the article.
If you follow the Alkek Library link to Google Scholar here, you will have to sign in ONCE with your NET ID and then it’s all clear sailing.
In any case, please don’t buy the article – you can get it through us. If you hit a dead end, use interlibrary loan.
Google Scholar does not search ALL the scholarly literature because some publishers restrict access.