The library has a large collection of e-books that can be access from on and off campus. For more information, please see the library's e-book guide.
The search box below is customized to limit the results to e-books.
For example, the search terms, "neely lincoln" combines the author's last name with a word from the book title to retrieve Mark Neely's book "The last best hope of earth Abraham Lincoln and the promise of America."
All streaming films appear in the library catalog, thus they are searchable. It is best when searching for a streaming film by topic to use the advanced search function of the catalog. Here is a tutorial on finding a streaming film using advanced search and a keyword in the library catalog. It's a bit tricky, but saves you time.
Do you know the database you need to search?
A-Z Databases – Browse databases by name, subject or type.
Not sure what database will fit your topic best?
Subject Guides – Browse a library guide written for your subject which identifies key databases and other research starting points.
ProQuest Central – Search across multiple full-text databases on the ProQuest platform.
Academic Search Elite – Search this research database that covers many topics.
Have an article citation (partial or full) or just a journal title?
Citation Linker – If you have a fairly complete citation, try entering the information into this form. The Citation Linker will try to find a match in the Library's collection.
Journal Finder – Search by journal title or browse by subject. Then look for a link to the contents of the online journal. If the journal is a title we have in print, head to the shelf.
Not finding the article you need in full text?
- InterLibrary Loan – Submit a form in order to request a full text copy of the article. This service is still in operation during the campus closure.