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Library 101 - Drew Library: Retrieving the Sources

Information may be found here to help Library users navigate Library resources.

Getting the resources you need

Get what you need to do your research. You may.

  1. Retrieve full text of an article on your own through Scholarsearch or other academic databases.
  2. Request electronic resources we don't have ready access to through interlibrary loan.
  3. Visit the Library to obtain print resources.
  4. Contact a librarian to get those hard to find resources.

 

Using interlibrary loan (ILL): Please view the video below (3:39) for helpful information about getting resources through ILL.

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