Click here to search the library catalog.
Enter a term into the search box and click on, "Search."
This takes you to a page where you have the option to refine your search with parameters such as:
EBook Tip: Use the table of contents to see if the electronic resource is pertinent to the search. When reading online, most people read a chapter or two of a book as opposed to a whole book.
To access databases from off-campus, you'll need to enter your network ID when prompted. Each time you access information in a new database, you'll be prompted to re-enter your network ID. Your network ID is the same login and password that you use to get into your university email.
There are two types of databases:
Multidisciplinary databases will help you with almost any search. They contain articles from many fields of study:.
2. Subject-Specific Databases:
Click here to access a list of databases to which the library subscribes. This list contains descriptions of the information that you will find in the databases. Try a subject search to find the databases that are specific to your field of study.
Search Tip: Begin your searches on the advanced search page. Take advantage of the opportunities to limit your searches to full-text only, to specific date ranges, to scholarly peer-reviewed articles, etc.
Inter-Library Loan: If you'd like to receive a book or an article that isn't in this library, use Inter-Library Loan. Click here to learn more and to create a free account.
Items that you can check out through Inter-Library Loan include:
It usually takes about ten business days to receive a physical item through Inter-Library Loan, but electronic items often arrive more quickly.
Please contact the Inter-Library Loan Specialist if you need assistance filling out the form. Once your account is set-up, you will be able to easily borrow items yourself.
Contact: Kristi Carroll, email@example.com, 406-496-4222