A good place to start, especially if you're not sure where to find information on your topic. Some topics are well covered here, but for others, it's best to search specific subject databases (see list in the box to the right).
Start your research by searching one of these databases:
Use Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery (ILL) to request a book or a copy of an article from a journal in another library.
Tip! You can also request an ILL for articles from journals that the Library has in print.
For more information, read the FAQs below the login box on the ILL page.
If you know the title of the specific journal or magazine you're looking for in the library's online and print collections, search by Journal Titles. You can also browse for journals by Subject.