Below are links to the Library’s most used online resources.
Open Access is an exciting new publishing method which can provide better access to cutting edge information. This guide can provide information on how you can use open access resources in your own research.
Over 130,000 academic ebooks covering a broad range of disciplines.
To access JSTOR ebooks, perform a normal search and navigate to the “books” tab in the search results.
Trial access to more than 160,00 subscription e-books will be available for the Fall 2016 semester.
Use Flipster to read Discover, The Atlantic, Writer’s Digest, ARTnews, The New York Review of Books, National Review, Archaeology, Poets & Writers, The American Poetry Review, or Rolling Stone.
Visit this guide for more information on using Flipster or installing the app on IOS or Android devices.
Public Access Resources
The DPLA provides open access to resources from many different library and institutions around the country.
HathiTrust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.