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Electronic Resources

Southeastern and the H. G. Bennett Memorial Library subscribe and offer you a wide selection of online tools, databases, and other resources to aid you in your academic journey.

OCLC DISCOVERY SERVICE

Provides a fast, single search of our library collection (books, journals, media, etc.).  WorldCat Discovery helps people navigate their research journeys to find and get resources from your library and libraries worldwide. The service balances technical advances and ongoing research with extensive user input and testing to keep pace with your library’s changing needs.


Journals A-Z

Journals A-Z is OCLC’s locator tool that allows you to determine if SOSU provides electronic access to or owns a print copy (whether in paper or microform) to journals, newspapers, magazines or newsletters.  You can search for a specific title or browse our holdings.


Vendors & Publishers respond to Universities needs to go to an online only platform

Jstor

Jstor provides access to more than 12 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources in 75 disciplines through 15 Arts & Sciences collections and 18 Discipline-Specific collections.  All issues begin with volume 1, issue 1.  (Free access extended until December 31, 2020).

Internet Archive

Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites and more.  This website has over 20 million of downloadable books and texts available for free.  There is also a collection of over a million modern e-books that can be borrowed by anyone with a free archive.org account.  You can create an account at https://archive.org/account/login and borrow a book for 14 days.  You may read the books online in your browser or download them into Adobe Digital Editions, which is a software program used for reading e-books on a variety of different devices.  For more information, go to the FAQ page that is available at https://help.archive.org/hc/en-us.


 

 

Databases