CUNY SPS: Introduction to Business Resources

About Library and Off Campus Access

Your CUNY login information (the same information that you use to connect with Blackboard) to access most library resources.

This includes on-site wireless network access via the network named Eduroam.

For questions about SPS login credentials and ID Cards, contact the School of Professional Studies Help Desk:

Open Education Resources (OERs) at SPS

What are Open Education Resources (OERs)?

OERs are online teaching and learning resources, including textbooks, that are free and openly available for reuse, re-purposing, and sharing.

Various online courses at SPS, the Z sections, offer Zero Textbook Cost and utilize OERs. Ask your professor.

Course E-Reserves

Find assigned resources for your classes, like books, media, articles, and more.

Electronic reserve materials (such as articles, book chapters we've scanned, etc.) are available online in our e-reserve system. You can access e-reserves from anywhere by logging in with your course password and SPS username and password. For the course password, ask your professor or call the reserve desk at (646) 312-1660 for help.

Find the list of SPS classes that have e-reserves here.

Interlibrary Loan

If the book you need is not at Baruch, we can get it for you.

Search OneSearch first.

If the book is owned by a CUNY library, use the "Request a Copy" button to order.

If the book is not available from a CUNY library, request Interlibrary Loan.

Use your Baruch username and password to login. The first time you log in you will need to set up your account . The form will ask for your contact information, school affiliation, and your library ID number (Your library ID number is on your Baruch ID and starts with 21716.)

When the material arrives, you will receive an email. Books typically arrive in 3 to 10 days. Pick up the book at the Library Circulation Desk.

Articles will be sent to your Baruchmail within 1 to 3 days.

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