Answered By: Gail Hollander Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 8
You may find that the best course of action would be to stop by the library at your convenience, talk with a staff member and see the resources in person. In the meantime, please peruse the library website for possible answers.
Our home page features a library catalog search box where you may enter an item title, author or subject and the results show items in the library as well as electronic resources that are available.
Above the search box, you may notice various tabs. Databases will lead you to companies that research topics for you and gives results from academic journals, magazines, newspapers, websites and books. Research Guides list topics you may investigate via databases, ebooks and websites. Lastly, you may book study space online in one of our nine study rooms.