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Full list of Databases the library subscribes to, including trial access.
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Course Library Link

Library resource guides for specific courses and subject areas are linked to in your online classrooms.  To find them:

  • Go to the PG Campus student portal.
  • Enter your current course
  • Once you're in your course, in the toolbar at the top, click More Tools. You'll see a Library link you can click to access the designated guide for your course.  The Library link should be the third link in the list.  Click it! 

Screenshot of the More Tools menu in classrooms

  • You should now see a Library guide, curated for your course or program!  This guide will open in a new browser window or tab.  

Library News Blog

ProQuest Central Updates
ProQuest Central, one of the PG Library's largest multi-disciplinary search tools, kept growing over the past year. Read this brief blog entry for more details and links.
Notice: Upcoming System Maintenance for Academic Writer and Skillsoft Books
Two resources licensed by the PG Library, Academic Writer and Skillsoft Books, will see system maintenance windows soon that will, unfortunately, cause downtime. Read this post for more details and times.
Fall Update: New Location and Look for Library Course Guides
On Friday, November 22, 2019, the PG Library's topic and course guides will see updates that improve usability, including a change to where the Library is located in Brighstpace classrooms. Read this story for more details on the changes.
New Research Skill Videos & Tutorials from Credo Instruct
Credo Instruct creates videos and tutorials on essential research and information seeking skills, all of which we link to on our Videos & Tutorials page. Read this blog update to find links to recently added content.
New Resource: Purdue Global University Archive
The Purdue Global Library invites all faculty to submit their scholarly work to the new PG University Archive, an institutional repository and index showcasing work from our academic community.
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