The library has subject-specific as well as multidisciplinary databases to meet your research needs.
- To perform a general search for books, ebooks, articles, and more, use the OneSearch box on the library homepage.
- This is also useful for multidisciplinary searches.
- To find subject-specific databases, use the Databases A-Z link under Find Resources
- Databases can be sorted by subject (English, nursing, psychology, etc.) or by resource type (full-text, primary sources, reference materials, etc.)
Trying to find the full-text of an article from a citation? Follow these steps:
- In eJournal Finder, type the name of the Journal
- Click a database link under the “Full-text Access” heading
- Journals may be found in multiple databases
- Take note of the years of coverage listed to the side of the database name. Some databases may have a content delay.
- Once you are in the database, locate the volume, issue and date of the journal you want to open the digital table of contents
- Use the “Search within this journal” option to search for the article title