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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

Test out the New EDS Search
An update to EBSCO Discovery Service is coming later this year, but you can preview the New EDS today! Read more for details and a preview link.
Year-Long Evaluation Period for SAGE Video
SAGE Video showcases highly relevant educational videos across key social, behavioral, and health science disciplines.
New Company Information Resource: Mergent Online
This database is now the Library's go-to search point for all company research and information needs.
SAGE Research Methods Now Available to all Students and Faculty
Looking to find the best chart to explore your research data? Or need to plan a research project? Visit this new resource from SAGE for books, videos, and other content on conducting original research projects.
New Resource Available: Issues & Controversies Database
Issues & Controversies provides in-depth coverage of hot-button issues related to business, culture, education, health, and much more. Each article presents both sides of an issue clearly and gives readers a sense of the pros and cons of a viewpoint.
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