The M. Louis Salmon Library supports the academic and research endeavours of the UAH Honors College. Use this page to see exactly what benefits and account privileges have been extended towards students in the Honors College. Benefits Honor Student accounts come with the following benefits: Books Check out up to 50 at a time for 60 days (with 1 renewal). Selection includes hundreds of thousands of books from our collection. Scanning and photocopying also available. Articles & Ebooks Over 300 databases and online tools available: https://libguides.uah.edu/az.php. Major resources such as ScienceDirect, Ovid Nursing, Business Source Premier, and JSTOR. Off-campus access using your student login. Interlibrary Loan Access to millions more books and articles from libraries all over the country. For more information about ILL, see: https://libguides.uah.edu/ill. Makerspace/Multimedia Lab Check out the tools and equipment to create audio-visual projects (see: Multimedia Lab) 3D printing and poster printing available at a small fee (see: Makerspace) Access to check-out the Recording and Presentation Practice Room space Study Rooms and Lockers Check out our study rooms for private or small group study Honors students will have access to a select number of in-library lockers to be checked out for the whole semester First Floor Computer Lab Many common and useful software programs such as Microsoft Office, SPSS, MatLab, and others. Dedicated user profile. Use these computers to access the online resources, above. Archives and Special Collections Extensive collection of materials related to space, campus, and local history. Unique artifacts of critical moments in Huntsville's development and success. For full list of Special Collections, see: https://libguides.uah.edu/archives. Use of Library Space Lots of space to research, study, and collaborate. Different environments ranging from social areas to quiet. Alumni Access after Graduation The Honors College Librarian: Michael Manasco Honors College students can reach out to Michael Mananasco (email@example.com or 256.824.6965) for any queries they have with any research assistance. Inclusion in the Campus Repository: LOUIS Honors College students can request a personalized profile highlighting your research and publications can be created in the university’s institutional repository, LOUIS. Contact the Scholarly Communications Librarian to get started on yours: Rebecca Brothers (firstname.lastname@example.org, 256.824.4095). Furthermore, the Honors Capstone Project will be added to the campus repository.