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If you need research assistance from off-campus, librarians are able to provide real-time assistance through Zoom. Visit this page for information on how to download and use Zoom. Check out the Library Liaisons page for the full list of librarians with specialized backgrounds.
To find items placed on reserve for a class, visit the Course Reserves page. E-Reserves materials can be found by course number, course name, or instructor.
Visit our Research Databases:
- Choose a database
- Click on the name of the database
- Enter your Multipass credentials
- Begin searching!
For tips on searching, see our Finding Full Text research guide.
Ebooks are available through QuickSearch or by searching in individual ebook collections. Learn how to find ebooks here.
Finding and accessing print books*
Use DUQSearch to find print books from Gumberg Library.
- You can also try searching WorldCat to find books in your local area and around the world.
- WorldCat gives you the option to enter your zipcode for a geographically ranked listing of libraries that own a book.
Ask A Librarian
Email, phone, text, chat, or meet virtually with a Reference Librarian.
When do you need your MultiPass?
This guide was updated by Melody Diehl Detar, MLIS. March 2020