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How do I access the University's electronic resources?

Last Updated: Oct 02, 2015  |  867 Views
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If you are a currently enrolled student or a staff member at Notre Dame, you will have access to the electronic resources that the University subscribes to. These include ejournals and ebooks, aggregated database collections, portals, and indexing & abstracting services.

Some of the resources available through our databases include 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 to search across most of the University Library's online resources and the library catalogue at the same time. This is a good starting point, and will link directly to full text journal articles, ebooks, newspapers and conference papers.
  • Click on the eJournal - eBook Title Search link (found in the quick links at the bottom of the Library website) to perform a title search for the electronic journal you require.
  • Go to the eResources page (also found in the quick links) for an alphabetical list of all our electronic resources.

Note: If you are off campus, you will need to log in using your Notre Dame username and password to access the electronic resource.

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