**If you currently have library items checked out to your account, please keep them until further notice. Disregard any auto-generated emails you may receive for overdue items. You are our #1 priority. Let us know how we can help you.**
Need access to a library resource while off-campus? No problem! As long as you have internet access, you will be able to access most of our electronic resources. To start, first click All Course/Subject Guides on the Library homepage. You can also view a list of our electronic resources on our Databases A-Z.
Limited internet access? Most databases allow you to download articles to your computer in PDF format so you can view them later. With ebooks, you can often download or print limited portions of e-books. See the EBSCO ebook guide for more information
Use the inter-library loan system for electronic access to articles we own in print or microform format. The library can scan book chapters and other documents and e-mail them to you.
Through the same system we can also scan chapters or articles from our own collection. Simply fill out the form requesting the chapter of the book you want or the article you need. We will scan it and you will receive it through the system just like you receive ILL requests.
Questions? Ask a Librarian!
Guide template and various resources copied, with permission, from E.H. Little Library, Davidson College