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We Have a New Website
The Bankier Library will be unveiling an updated website on September 7th. To assist with the transition, we will be keeping our old website running concurrently until October 31st. A link to the old website will be provided in the Services for Faculty section of the new site.

Intersession Library Hours
Intersession (Aug 16 – Sept 6)
Mon – Thur: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Fri: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Sat & Sun: Closed
Monday, Sept. 4 – Labor Day Holiday: Closed
Tuesday, Sept. 5 – Fall Convocation: 11:00am - 5:00pm

Library Subscriptions
Recent additions and changes to the library’s electronic resource collections:
The Wall Street Journal

ebrary ebooks platform has been upgraded to ProQuest Ebook Central

Onesource is now known as D&B Business Browser

Encyclopaedia Britannica expires on 7/31;
Humanities International Complete expires on 8/31;
Biography Reference Bank (Wilson) expires on 8/31

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Spotlight Archive

...find an article on my topic?

(1) Go to the library home page, click on the Databases/Articles by Topic under the "Find" menu.

(2) You can select databases by title or by subject.

(3) Once you have selected a database, type in your search terms, and you will obtain a list of citations that pertain to your topic. Each database is different. Please ask a librarian if you need help.

(4) After you identify articles that you want to read, the next step is to locate the actual articles. Some of these articles may be available full-text in HTML, PDF or plain text format online. Others will simply point you to appropriate materials which may be housed in the Bankier Library.

(5) With the article citations, you can search the Bankier Library Catalog to find out if the Library has the journal that you are looking for.

(6) If the journal is not available through Bankier Library in print or electronically, you may order the article by filling out an Interlibrary Loan request.