Student Guide to Library Resources

The Touro College Libraries are here to help by connecting you to all the information and services you need! Our staff will be available to assist you via phone, email, and online chat or in person. Wherever you are located, we are here to help!

Learn more about the Libraries in our orientation video:

Please remember to check your official Touro email regularly and sign-in to TouroOne so you stay up to date for class cancelations or school closings. For IT issues, send an email to or use the TouroOne portal.

Find the image below on our Homepage or click the image for immediate library help

Get immediate library help

If you have a question about library hours, services, or beginning your research, try our Frequently Asked Questions or Research Guides first. Our For Students Guide is a good start.

Library staff are also available via chat during the times when the Libraries are open (9am-9pm).

To get help from our staff

Here are some other ways to get in touch. Please understand that we will make every effort to respond to your requests quickly and thoroughly.


If you've got a quick question, tweet us! Somebody will get back to you as soon as possible (we monitor this service Monday-Thursday between 9am and 5:30pm and on Friday between 9am and 2pm).


We will respond to your research and resource questions within one business day.


View our site directory for a full list of locations and contact information. Please call your home branch or the Midtown Library during operating hours.

Technical Support

For technical support, please submit a request through this portal or send an email to

Researching and Studying Remotely

These resources are available to Touro College students and faculty working from anywhere in the world. To access online resources, simply sign in through the TouroOne portal and select the blue Libraries button, or click on a resource from the Libraries website and sign in with your TouroOne credentials when prompted.


Try searching databases related to your subject area, or select “Multidisciplinary” from the drop-down menu to begin a wider search.

eBooks, Ejournals, eMagazines, Streaming Videos

We have a massive collection of online resources. Use the “Quick Search” bar or the “Find” tab, both on our Homepage.

Research Guides

These are also called Libguides and are created by experts. Start with our For Students Guide, or select by subject.

Zoom Guide

This guide gives some practical advice for using Zoom videochat. As always, make sure you ask your professor about how they want you to use Zoom during class sessions.


This guide was developed with materials from the Harvard Library, CUNY Graduate Center Teaching & Learning Center, CUNY Graduate Center Library, and Mapping Access.


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