Resources Credentials (logins and passwords) are available on Moodle (in the Library course) and can be accessed from the Library Catalog (“Resources Credentials” button above the “Quick Links” area).
To find electronic resources, limit your search (the box to the right of the search box) to “Electronic Resources” holdings only. When a desired resource is found, use the blue hyperlink “Click for online access”.
Additional resources not found in the Library Catalog can be accessed in the “Quick Links” area. When you have logged in to the Library Catalog use the “Quick Links” to search for books and articles in the following collections.
How to Find eBooks & Audiobooks
You may access eBooks & audiobooks through the Catalog. eBooks have prefixes according to the provider or collection: NETLIB (EBSCO), CREDO (Credo Reference) PROQUEST (ProQuest) and WEB (open access resources) before the call number (for example, NETLIB 220.3 T57 2006).
How to Find eJournals & Journal Articles
Articles on different topics can NOT be searched in the TCMII Library Catalog as books. Articles are individually indexed in electronic databases and can be searched by search terms on the respective platforms. Some collections have the full text of the articles, those that do not are called “index databases”. You can print, download or email journal articles to yourself.
If you find an article you need, but cannot get the full text from the index, you can request the article by sending an email to email@example.com or filling out the contact form.
How to Find Theses & Dissertations
Theses and dissertations are very valuable resources for scholarly researchers. Even if a thesis or dissertation does not exactly match your topic, it can be helpful in your future research efforts.