Submitted by aridzona@stanfo... on Tue, 10/11/2011 - 10:40.
Recently the NYT changed its policy on online access. You now have the following choices:
Articles from 1851 to 2007 are available through: New York Times: archive.
The NYT does not now offer any institutional membership option for nytimes.com.
Submitted by email@example.com on Fri, 04/27/2012 - 14:27.
How do I get to Green Library by car? Where's the best place to park?
You can see a Google map of Green Library's location on campus here.
Green Library can also be found in area H9 of the parking and circulation campus map.
The closest parking to the library is on Galvez Street and Serra Street. You can also park in the Oval (at the top of Palm Drive). Parking is free on campus after 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and on weekends.
Driving directions to Stanford's campus:
1) From Highway 101 North & South
Exit onto Embarcadero Road and travel west, following the signs directing you to Stanford University. About three miles after you exit the freeway, Embarcadero Road becomes Galvez Street as you cross El Camino Real.
2) From Highway 280 North & South
Exit onto Sand Hill Road and follow the signs for Stanford University. Heading east, drive approximately 3 miles to the Stanford Shopping Center. Turn right onto Arboretum Road (Nordstrom is on your right). Stay on Arboretum until it ends, then turn right onto Galvez Street. Move to the left lane and continue past the stadium.
More information on visitor parking is available here.
Submitted by mschaefe@stanfo... on Wed, 07/08/2009 - 10:29.
If requests for material from Off-campus [SAL3] are submitted by 12:00pm, M-F, they are usually available at the Green Library Loan Desk after 10:00am on the next business day.
Requests submitted for Stanford Auxiliary Library [SAL1&2] before 1:00pm are available at the Green Library Loan Desk after 4:30 on the same day.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Thu, 03/05/2009 - 10:26.
INPROCESS means that the item has been received and is being processed for use. This MAY require going to the bindery. There is no way of knowing how long it will take, although it is usually not more than a week or two.
INPROCESS materials can be requested by using the link that says REQUEST THIS ITEM (with SUNet ID). The Loan Desk will email you when it is available and will keep it for you at their desk. If there is no "REQUEST" link, then you can go to the Loan Desk and ask them to put a hold on it. The only exception is DVDs, since there are no request links and no way to request, hold, or recall them. The XX in the call number is just an identification number for this item until it is no longer in process, and gets it actual call number.
Submitted by email@example.com on Sun, 01/04/2009 - 22:01.
I visited the display of Kircher's Magnetic Clock in Green Library, and enjoyed the write-up that accompanied it. Is this information available online?
Yes, it is. For that information, and more, check out the Athanasius Kircher Project.
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Tue, 02/16/2010 - 16:42.
Where are the scanners located in Green library?
Here's a map showing the location of scanners in Green.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 07/04/2008 - 13:37.
Where are the printers located in Green library?
You can find information at Printers in Green Library.
Submitted by email@example.com on Sun, 11/23/2008 - 23:43.
Can I mail books back to Green? What's the address?
Sure. Mail your books to the following address:
If your delivery service requires a street address, you can use:
Cecil H. Green Library
Submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org on Fri, 01/09/2009 - 12:51.
Submitted by Anonymous on Fri, 07/04/2008 - 13:46.
I'd like to know who to contact if there is a book that I'm looking for that's listed as being not checked out, available on the shelves, but that is not where it should be?
Please fill out the Search Request Form at the Loan Desk in Green Library. A staff from the loan dept will send you email when they locate the book. Also, check the detailed record for the item in Socrates, paying special attention to the Library and the Location information.