Open Access Public Health: Home
The Library is open for PSU students, faculty, and staff to access the stacks, study spaces, computer labs, and Learning Center appointments. Your PSU ID card is required to enter the building.
The Circulation Desk is open for checking out course reserves, laptops, and other equipment, as well as library materials. Currently enrolled students, faculty and staff can request items be mailed to you using the Home Delivery Request Form. More information can be found on the Library Services page.
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In this Guide
This guide is intended to support PSU Public Health alumni as well as community and public health practitioners in their research efforts. Resources listed in this guide contain or entirely consist of open access content--content that is readily available and free of cost to the user.
- Use Libraries & Get HelpDiscover library access and help options.
- Databases & ArticlesFind links to databases and search engines.
- Journals & BooksFind links to general interest public health journals, open access journal listings, open access book listings, and more.
- Evidence-Based PracticeFind links to evidence-based sources, guidelines, and more.
- Statistical SourcesFind links to statistical sources.
- Extensions & ToolsFind tools and browser extensions facilitating open access.
Open Access Explained!
This video explains the world of open access publishing.
Animation by Jorge Cham; Narration by Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen; Transcription by Noel Dilworth. Produced in partnership with the Right to Research Coalition, the Scholarly Publishing and Resources Coalition and the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students.
Open Access Social Work
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