Librarians are here to help you with your literature searches; however, because you can access library resources anywhere and any time, it may be more convenient for you to try the search on your own before contacting a librarian. The following guide explains how to perform a literature search
If you find a resource you would like to read but our library does not provide access to it, please request the item through interlibrary loan (document delivery). We can obtain most items through this library lending network within one week, and we can email articles directly to you.
Articles for which we do not provide access typically include a link to click to request the item through interlibrary loan. If that link is not there or if it is not working, you may manually complete the form below.