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Library Resources for Non-Traditional Students

Information about using the library for online non-traditional students.

Use a Citation to find an Article:

Sometimes, you'll find useful information in an article or book and want to track down the original article.  You can do this through the library using the E-Journals search.  If you have a PubMed ID (PMID) or DOI number, you can search for those articles quickly through this search.  If not, you can use the full citation to see if the library has a copy of the article you're looking for.

Situations you may need this:

  • You find an important theory or concept and need the original source
  • Your need the theoretical or historical roots of a concept
  • Your professor asks for more detail on a concept