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Unformatted text preview: ily chosen to support the college curriculum and are organized by the Library of Congress Classification System. There are over 100,000 volumes, including reference and research collections. All of the library’s books can be found by searching the Danforth Library Catalog, located on the library’s web page. Periodicals The library subscribes to a wide range of newspapers and scholarly journals, which can be found in the physical library in the Considine Periodicals Reading Room. In addition to the print collection, there are numerous publications with full text available through electronic databases. Electronic Resources The library has subscriptions to over thirty important research databases, which supply students and faculty with quick and easy access to a variety of journals, newspapers and literature from around the world. These resources are accessible at the physical library and can also be accessed from off‐ campus after entering your six digit NEC number. A list of our available databases 2011‐2012 School of Graduate and Professional Studies Student Handbook Page 22 can be found on the library website by clicking on the link “Search Library Databases.” Tutorials/Assistance Having trouble navigating the online library? Need help coming up with search strategies? The library has several tutorials available on our YouTube site to assist students with understanding library concepts. These can be accessed at rary. The library website also has several pages of resources available to assist students with the research process. To visit these pages, click on the links to “Useful Websites” and “Research Help.” Interlibrary Loan Journal articles and books that are not available through the Danforth Library may be obtained through Interlibrary Loan Service. Requests can be made by visiting the library’s website and clicking on the links “Request an Interlibrary Loan Article” or “Request an Interlibrary Loan Book.” Requestors will be sent an email notification when the materials arrive (articles are...
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