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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

Library Chat Availability Expanding to 7 Days a Week
The PG Library is happy to announce expanded librarian chat service hours, including weekend availability! The new service hours start Wednesday, April 22, 2020. Reading this story for more details and specific daily hours.
New Database Trials available for Business & Psychology Programs
During the month of April, the PG Libary has set up free temporary access to three different resources: IBISWorld, Mental Measurements Yearbook, and APA PsycTests. Read this blog entry for more details and links.
New Guide to Social Services Resources Available
A new Guide to Social Services is available that links to health, housing, nutrition, and other assistance programs in each state, as well as links to national sources and program search tools. Read for more information and a link to the guide.
New Personalization Feature: MyEBSCOhost now allows Sign-in with Google
Personalize your search experience when using EBSCO Discovery Service with a free My EBSCOhost account. Available now, you can sign in with your Google account in EBSCO. Read this blog post for more information on this new feature.
Open Resources on Coronavirus (Covid-19)
This library blog post links to federal, state, and local government information on Coronavirus (Covid-19), as well as scientific research made freely available from publishers and journals.
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