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Here are the 4 easiest ways to get access to Shakespeare resources beyond the Mines Library:
1) START EARLY
It takes time to get articles from other libraries, so start thinking about your topic early to be sure you can find the right information. Come talk to me to get help finding the right sources for your paper.
Our interlibrary loan system will allow you to borrow books and articles from other libraries without ever leaving campus
Prospector is a Colorado-wide lending system for books, DVDs and more. Just access the Prospector catalog, and use your public library card to request a book to be delivered to your public library.
4) VISIT ANOTHER LIBRARY
Both the University of Colorado and the University of Denver have extensive collections of Shakespeare materials. Make an appointment with a librarian to be sure you'll have help when you arrive and you probably won't be able to borrow their books or use their wireless.