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Le Moyne Catalog

Search the library's catalog by keyword, title, author, subject, or call number.

The catalog finds more than just books. Search it to find videos, audio recordings, journals, and more.


Need Help?

Start by searching the local collection, but if we don't own what you are looking for, explore other ways to request it from other regional and national libraries.

  • Le Moyne Catalog – Search to find books, videos, audio, and other materials in our collection.
  • E-Books – Instantly borrow electronic books through this library guide.
  • Connect NY – Borrow books from a consortium of academic libraries in New York. Books are delivered within 3 business days. You need a current Le Moyne ID card to initiate a request for a book.
  • Interlibrary Loan – Order books (and journal articles) not found in Le Moyne's catalog or in Connect NY.
  • Worldcat – Search to see what libraries beyond our region have a copy of the book. It is good way to get complete citation information about the item that you need in filling out your Interlibrary Loan request.

Other Useful Links

Still unsure about where to start? Ask Us!

A-Z Database List

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Search tip: truncate words with * to find more – e.g., "chem*" will find "chemical", "chemistry", "chemotherapy", etc.


Journal Finder

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Search for a journal by the first few words in the title (title begins with), any word in the journal title, by exact title, or ISSN.


Need Help?

Do you know the database you need to search?

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. This service can also find a citation from nothing more than a DOI or PMID.
  • 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.

Still not finding what you need?

Useful starting points for getting started with library research.

  • Subject Guides – Alphabetical listing of guides to getting started with research. Includes key subject databases.
  • Course Guides – Listing of research guides for classes with library assignments.
  • All Library Guides – Categorical listing of guides by subject. An easy way to find both the course and subject guides as well as the librarian for that subject.
  • Circulation Policies – Check for information about borrowing privileges and loan periods.
  • Citing Sources – Information about citation styles and academic integrity.
  • Copyright Essentials – Know your rights in using copyrighted materials in research and teaching.
  • Faculty Support – Overview of library resources and services related to teaching and research.
  • Finding Primary Sources – Suggested starting points and an overview for using primary sources in your writing.
  • Handbook for Historians – This guide will assist you in writing History research papers.
  • Interlibrary Loan – Request books and articles not available through Le Moyne or Connect NY.
  • Librarians by Subject – Find the phone number and email address of your subject librarian.
  • Library Instruction – Request library instruction or information literacy sessions for your class.
  • Quick Introduction to the Library – An introduction to the many services available at the library.
  • Library Technology Help – Information about printing, wireless networking, and borrowing calculators and other electronic devices.
  • Mendeley – Manage citations for your paper and generate bibliographies using your preferred citation style.
  • RefWorks and Write-N-Cite – RefWorks will be supported by the library through the 2017-2018 school year. Learn how to migrate to Mendeley today.

Students

Search by either "Course name and number" or "Professor name".

For more information, visit the Student Course Reserve Guidelines.


Faculty

To submit a Course Reserve Request, please complete the appropriate form below. You must be logged in using your lemoyne.edu email account.

Before submitting course reserves, please review LeMoyne College's Copyright policy and Faculty Course Reserve Guidelines.

For more information, visit the Faculty Course Reserve Guidelines.

Information about Noreen Reale Falcone Library.

  • Careers in Librarianship – Resources to help students in the iSchool Fast Track Program through Syracuse University.
  • Contact Us – Contact a Library staff person by phone or email.
  • Floor Plans – Maps and a directory of Library collections and offices.
  • Gifts & Donations – Contact the Library about making a donation.
  • History & Mission – A timeline of Library history and an overview of our mission and strategic initiatives.
  • Library Services – Listing of user services provided through the Library Services Department.
  • News & Announcements – Find out about workshops, book club, art gallery, and other events sponsored by the Library.
  • Renovation Planning – Follow the work of the Library Renovation Steering Committee to improve the Falcone Library.
  • Reserve A Room – Find out what rooms are available for group and individual study.
  • Visit the Library – Maps, driving directions, and parking information.
  • Wilson Art Gallery – Schedule of current and upcoming shows and openings.
  • Work at the Library – Positions available and application information.
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