Find Books, Articles, and More
dubSearch is Wardman Library’s “discovery layer,” and allows users to perform a single search that includes the records for all media collections in the Library (e.g., physical books, e-books, DVDs and video, full-text scholarly journal articles, and newspapers).
Find Books (and Electronic Books, and Films)
Use the Library Catalog to search for physical books, electronic books, and DVDs held by Wardman Library.
eBook Academic Collection (EBSCOhost)
If you’re interested only in Wardman Library’s electronic book collection, the vast majority of which are available to multiple, simultaneous users 24 hours a day, then use the eBook Academic Collection database.
Kanopy is a streaming video service with over 25,000 films from hundreds of producers/series including The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, Kino Lorber, and PBS, as well as thousands of independent filmmakers. All are accessible but repeated viewings of a film will trigger the film to be licensed by the Library. Most of the films licensed through Kanopy may be found in the Catalog. Note: There may be a delay seeing licensed Kanopy films in the Library Catalog and dubSearch.
Find Academic Journal & Newspaper Articles
The Databases A-Z page includes links to all of the databases to which Wardman Library subscribes, arranged alphabetically and also by subject.
Journal Titles A-Z
Use the Journal Titles A-Z list to determine whether Wardman Library subscribes to a given journal (or to see if a given journal is part of one of the Library’s databases). The Journal Titles A-Z list includes both paper-based and electronic journals.
Finding Full Text Articles
Click here for an instructional chart that shows you how to use an article citation to find a given journal article.
Request Off-Campus Materials
Use LINK+ to request from associated libraries physical books Wardman Library does now own or which are checked out currently.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Use ILL to request articles from journals unavailable at Wardman Library, or for books unavailable via LINK+.