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Information Literacy is the building block of research and critical thinking. Here are some tools to help you become more information literate.
The library has put together a collection of resources to help you prepare for the NCLEX and HESI exams.
Library and online research resources listed by subject area.
A collection of useful links to resources for Trocaire students, faculty and staff.
The is the main part of the library’s book collection. It contains books on many topics, including nursing.
The Archival Collection includes non-current materials from the founding of the school in 1958 up to the present time.
A small collection (approximately 800 titles) at the Extension Center at the Trocaire Achievement Complex on Transit Road in Williamsville.
A small collection of picture books and chapter books for children ages birth through eleven.
A collection without a strict academic focus meant for our patrons’ own enjoyment – includes many current award-winning books.
A space for study, (relative!) quiet, and reading. The Reading Room and the adjacent area also house several distinct collections.
Fill out our online form and a librarian will answer your question in writing. You can also use our 24/7 LibChat button at the top of the page.
Need a book that’s not in our collection? Fill out this Interlibrary Loan book request form.
Need a research article that’s not available in one of our online databases? Fill out this Interlibrary Loan article request form.
Need some individual help? Schedule a Research Appointment with one of the Trocaire librarians.
The library’s only study room can be reserved during library hours for a two-hour period.
Fill out this form if you’d like to suggest a resource for the library to purchase for its collection.
Look up the names, contact information, and subject specialties of the Trocaire librarians.
Current library hours, and addresses for both the main Choate campus library and the Transit Extension.
A guide to the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for the library (opens in a new page).
A brief overview of the library’s mission, vision, and policies.
A link to the library’s online Collection Development Policy.
A guide to general library policies, including circulation and reserves.
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