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REMINDER: if you are OFF-CAMPUS, the library's databases, e-journals, and e-books are still AVAILABLE to you! Simply enter your AC credentials (network ID & password) when prompted to access these resources. (See the Accessing Resources Remotely page for additional information.)


Reduced Hours (8a-5p, Mon-Fri; closed on weekends) are in effect while classes take place remotely.

To support social distancing, Study Rooms are not available for reservation or use, and group study is prohibited in all areas of the library, including the Extended Study Room. 


Please see this working document to stay updated on library resources during remote instruction of classes.

Find It @ The Library

Find articles, books, videos, and more in the library's collections.


Advanced Search  |  Prefer the old look? Jump to Worldcat Local.

About Search Parameters...

  • A KEYWORD search is the broadest type of search; it looks for your search term(s) anywhere in an item record.
  • A TITLE search limits your query to find materials by title; preface your search with TI: to specify the title field only.
  • An AUTHOR search limits your query to find materials by author; preface your search with AU: to specify the author field only.
  • A SUBJECT search limits your query to find materials by subject; preface your search with SU: to specify the subject fields only. (Note: it is recommended that you first familiarize yourself with some appropriate subject headings relevant to your topic BEFORE attempting to use this strategy. Refer to the Library of Congress Subject Headings for help locating subject headings.


Find the journal you are looking for by title; browse for journals alphabetically or by subject; or use the form below to locate a specific article or issue.

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Article Finder

Enter as much information as you know about the article. When entering titles, enter only six to ten words -- just enough to make the title unique. If the title has a subtitle following a colon or other punctuation, omit it.

Find articles across a multitude of disciplines by searching our EBSCO databases (70+) simultaneously.

NOTE: This resource only searches within our EBSCO databases. For a more comprehensive search of our electronic resources and to verify article access, try a WorldCat Discovery search (the 'Articles, Books, & More' tab), or use Journal Finder (the 'Journals' tab) to search by journal title before submitting an ILL request. Thanks!

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