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Resources for students and faculty

NOTICE re: Fulltext Access

Are you having difficulty accessing articles, e-books, or e-documents you’ve saved to a file?  With a recent change to our library’s proxy server, you may need to locate them again. 

Search Novanet using filters located on the left to limit to “full-text online”; books; CBU. 
The quickest way to locate a full-text article is to search Google Scholar.  You must use Google Scholar located on the library’s Database A-Z;  type the article's title in search box.  If available, the full-text link will display to the right of the record.  




You've likely discovered, while working on your first degree, there's no shortage of information to be uncovered and discovered!  It can be overwhelming. How can we be confident the information we use is credible and authoritative?  Using this guide to focus your searching on resources acquired to support your learning and teaching will be a first step. 

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions, access issues, discover a broken link, etc.  If I don't have the answer, I'll point you in the right direction!  

Best wishes to you!

 ~ Cathy C.