The Libraries have over 500,000 items you can get, from books to e-books to journals full of articles to help you. And if we don't have what you need, we will help you get it from somewhere else.
Find Books & Journals
- Start by searching The Catalog
- The Catalog helps you find books, electronic resources, journals, video, and course reserves - everything we have is in there
- Searching The Catalog is as easy as entering a word or phrase to start simple searches
- You can learn to do more targeted searches in this tutorial
Find Articles & Non-Text Resources
- Use the Databases* to find articles for your coursework and research
- The Library has hundreds of different databases available to you, many with full text
- Start with these general academic (Proquest & Expanded Academic) databases
- The databases can contain scholarly articles, financial information, artwork, even music
Find the Best Information
- Use our Research Guides to find the best resources for your subject
- Get to know our Subject Expert Librarians, especially the one for your major or school
- Try some of these Tutorials to learn about advanced tools and how to use them
* Why Should You Use the Databases?
The databases you can get by being at Drexel are valuable to you because they contain information that is not available on the web at large. No matter how good you are at searching in Google or Google Scholar, you won't always be able to find the information you need, because it simply isn't out there. It's stored in private databases which are available to you as a Drexel student, staff, or faculty member.
Content Editor: Nancy Bellafante
Last Updated: 11/27/2012