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Accessing Library Materials - Spring 2021
Information for Students Living Off Campus
- Use links from the library website to access library databases and materials like books and journal articles. Always log in for full access.
- If you use Google Scholar, be sure to set up a connection to Dickinson's library for seamless access to full-text content available to you.
- If an article or book chapter you need is not available online via the Dickinson library, you may request a copy through the ILLiad service.
Information for Students Living On Campus
- The library will be open to authorized students. See our library services updates for information about library building access and hours.
- Contact-free pick-up is available for most library materials.
- If an article or book chapter you need is not available via the Dickinson library, you may request a copy through the ILLiad service.
Find Scholarly Articles
Search these databases to find scholarly journal articles related to your research topic.
Many of these databases contain a variety of different types of sources (including books, dissertations, news articles, etc.); not everything you find here will be scholarly journal articles.
See Anatomy of a Scholarly Article if you would like a reminder of the characteristics to look for in identifying scholarly sources.