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How do I access the University's electronic resources?

Last Updated: Oct 24, 2014  |  731 Views
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If you are a currently enrolled student or a staff member at Notre Dame then you will have access to the electronic resources that the University subscribes to. These include ejournal and ebooks collections, aggregated database collections, portals and indexing and abstracting services.

The databases provide electronic access to full text journal articles; ebooks, indexing & abstracting services (information on what has been published, not the full text article) reports and conference proceedings and streaming video content. 

You can access these resources in a number of ways:

Use Summon Discovery Service as a good starting point to search across most of the University Library's online resources and the library catalogue at the same time and link directly to full text journal articles, ebooks, newspapers and conference papers

Go directly to eJournal - eBook Title Search located in Quick Links on the Library Website and performing a title search for the electronic journal you require. If accessing off campus you will be required to log in using your Notre Dame username and password to access the electronic resource.

Go to the Databases page located in Quick Links on the Library Website and clicking on the link to the database you require. If accessing off campus you will be required to log in at this point using your Notre Dame username and password.

Or by performing a title keyword or serial title keyword search for the electronic journal, book or database that you require access to in the Library Catalogue then clicking on the 'Click here for full text' ' link in the catalogue record. If accessing off campus you will be required to log in at this point using your Notre Dame username & password.

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