Student Life


Welcome to the Lansdale School of Business Library. The library’s purpose is to help students to reach their full potential by providing access to information that meets their academic and intellectual needs, and to promote the development of critical thinking skills and lifelong learning that will transfer to their professional and personal lives. The library contributes to and supports Lansdale School of Business’s pursuit of excellence in education.

Monday-Thursday: 8:30AM – 10:00PM


Tuesday-Thursday: 9:00AM – 2:00PM

The librarian is available for information literacy sessions for day and evening classes and reference help during the hours listed. If you are off campus and need help finding resources for an assignment, please contact me at Questions are usually answered within 24 hours during the my scheduled workweek; however, emails received Thursday after 2:00 PM will not be responded to until Tuesday after 9:00 AM. A response will also be delayed during holidays and semester breaks. If you need an immediate answer, call or leave a message at 215-699-5700 during my scheduled hours, Tuesday-Thursday. Please come to the library for assistance if you are on campus during my scheduled hours.


LIRN: Click on Student Login and click on the LIRN link in the Student Resources Quick Link grid. LIRN User Name:  Ask librarian; LIRN Password: Ask librarian


ProQuest Ebook Central

Skillsoft Books 

LSB online catalog

Local library websites

Google Books


Marie Walcroft
M.L.S. Drexel University
B.S. Indiana University of Pennsylvania

My goal is to create an environment conducive to learning and intellectual growth; to be responsive to the needs of the students, faculty, and staff; and to provide access to the information required for the successful completion of assignments and research. If you need help finding resources for an assignment, please don’t hesitate to ask for assistance.


ARC Catalog – Find Books in the Print Collection

Databases – Find eBooks, Articles, Statutes, Cases and Reports

Recommended Websites
About the Academic Resource Center and Resources

Information Literacy – Avoiding Plagiarism, MLA and Citation Generators

Evaluating Websites

Copyright Compliance

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