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An A-Z list of all library databases.
Subject guides are developed by librarians to help with specific research needs by subject.
Search all of the library's full-text holdings.
A combined search of many of the library's resources, including databases, full-text journals, and the online catalog.
Search the library's holdings, including books, periodicals, videos, special collections, and reserve materials.
Personal online reference and bibliography center that collects, stores, and organizes citations.
These guides will help you with citation styles, including APA, MLA, Chicago, and Turabian styles of citations.
These short tutorials will guide you through the basics of searching.
Letters and titles of the main classes of the Library of Congress.
Courses offered include general search tips, database specific classes, locating library materials, library tours, and other classes as requested.
Find out what items have been added to the library's collection.
Submit an online reference question. Questions are usually answered within 24 hours, according to the library hours.
For easy access to supplemental class readings. Books and other tangible readings are placed on reserve in the library. Articles and other photocopies are placed in the online reserve collection.
ILLiad - the interlibrary loan system, allows students to request materials that are not owned by the Blakley Library. Submit a simple form, and the material will be delivered within 5-10 business days.
Suggest a book to be added to the library's collection.
Find out about the history of the William A. Blakley Library
Read the mission statement of the William A. Blakley Library.
The policies of the library, including the circulation, copyright, reserve, printing, and gifts and donations policies.
Want to make a donation to the library? Whether it's a monetary gift or a donation of books and other materials, find our guidelines here.