Overview of Electronic Resources

The library subscribes to over 898 print journals and over 37,138 electronic journals. Some are available only in print, some only electronically, some both ways. 


The library also provides access to over 121,000 e-books.


 loginkey_32 Log in to the library to access all these electronic resources from anywhere.
            More log in information is here.




      Find articles in journals, magazines, newspapers, etc. 


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Use library research databases 

  • Use OneSearch to search most of the library's databases, e-books and the library catalog at once.
  • For in-depth or more focused research, use a subject database.  Here is the list of databases -- A to Z and by subject



    Check to see if the Library subscribes to a journal, magazine or
 in electronic format 


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Use the E-Journal Locator  

  • to see if it is available electronically.
  • to see which years are available.
  • to see which database has the full text.

The E-Journal Locator does not tell you if the library has it in print!




    Check to see if the Library subscribes to a journal, magazine or
 in print 


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Use the Library Catalog  

  • to see which years the library has.
  • to find the call number and location.
  • to find out if it is in print, microfilm or microfiche.

You must click on the Check availability link to see the years and format information.



     Find the full text of an article you already know about 
        (have a citation).


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Try the article title as a search in OneSearch. Many times you will be able to link directly to the article.


If OneSearch does not have the article, try these steps.

  • Use the Revise Request menu here. Enter as much information as you can, but just use the last names of authors.
  • You may be able to link to the full text in another database.
  • If there is no link, you may request your article through Interlibrary Loan. Just use the ILL link on the menu.






Here is a guide that tells you about the e-book collections and how to access them.


Here they are in the subject list of databases








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