Use the Library Catalog to search for books and media items.
To search for articles or digital resources, choose the "Databases" or "Search all" tabs above.
Databases contain journal articles, ebooks, media, and news resources.
Enter title keywords to find a specific database. For example, Academic OneFile or JSTOR. Or browse them by subject here.
Use the Library Catalog to search for Course Reserve materials, such as textbooks.
Enter a keyword to search for Library research guides for your class or topic. For example, ENG101 or Nursing.
Search ALEPH, our online catalog, for books and media containing criticism of specific authors. Search under "Subject begins with", entering the author's last name, and then first name. Look for the subheading "Criticism and interpretation."
Example: Hemigway, Ernest - Criticism and interpretation
Example: Alexie, Sherman -- Criticism and interpretation
If the criticism deals only with ONE of the author's works, the title of the work may be included in the subject heading.
Example: Hemingway, Ernest - A Clean, Well-Lighted Place
Reference books are located in G209, the main stacks of the library. They cannot be checked out. However, a copy machine and a scanner are available in Room G201 for your convenience.