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Articles & More via DragonSearch

A broad, multidisciplinary tool that searches in-depth across the Libraries' print and electronic collections. Use this to find journal articles, newspaper articles, books, and dissertations. Filter search results by type of source (including peer-review), subject area, year, etc.

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Books & More via DragonSearch

Traditional author/title/subject and keyword search of print and electronic books, journal titles, videos, etc. in the Libraries' collections.

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Borrow from Other Libraries

If you don't find what you need in the Drexel Libraries collections, our interlibrary loan services can provide it through cooperative agreements with other libraries.

  • EZBorrow: Borrow books and other physical items from academic libraries in Pennsylvania
  • ILLiad: Request books not available via EZBorrow, including book chapters, journal articles, etc.


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Search for electronic journals by title, or browse alphabetically or by subject area.

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Drexel University Research Assets

Search for Drexel-generated research assets, including theses, dissertations, faculty and student research publications and design projects.

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Drexel University Archives

Browse digitized archival materials from the Drexel University Archives, including materials documenting the history of the University and the history of University founder Anthony J. Drexel and his family.

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