Physical course reserves (textbooks) are not available for Curbside Pick-up. Electronic items for a limited number of classes are available. Use this link to check Course Reserves for your class. Faculty may request limited scanning of textbooks for Course Reserves by contacting email@example.com.
"Peer-Reviewed" or "Refereed" Journals are considered scholarly. If you want to know more, watch this brief YouTube tutorial from North Carolina State University called Peer Review in 3 Minutes.
Not sure if the article you've found is from a peer-reviewed journal? Use the link below and search for the journal. Hint: Enter the journal name and select "TI Title" to search. If it is "Peer-Reviewed," that line will say "YES."
Cochrane Collection Plus combines two databases into one. Among the many resources are full-text reviews of health care interventions and treatment plans for health care providers and patients. Most include a literature review of research on that treatment and statistical evidence. (EBSCO)
Cochrane Collection Plus is a combination of two databases into one: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews and Cochrane Clinical Answers. More info from EBSCO
Looking for health, nursing, or physical exercise information? This link searches four EBSCO databases at once: 1) CINAHL Complete, 2) Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition, 3) MEDLINE Complete, and 4) SPORTDiscus with Full-Text.
Designed for the general public, this resource provides full-text access to consumer health periodicals, pamphlets, and reference books. Describes prescription drugs, herbal and nutritional supplements, and over-the-counter products. (EBSCO)
This premier medical research database includes very high end journal content, with significant full-text availability. Note: This EBSCO version of MEDLINE provides many more full-text articles than PubMed. (EBSCO)
PubMed is a free resource for researching biomedical and life sciences literature. It does not include full-text journal articles itself. However, links to the full text are often present when it is available from other sources. It includes the citations from the MEDLINE database, full-text from PubMed Central, and citations for books. Cal U patrons: using the Library's version of MEDLINE Complete will provide you with much more full-text.
Open Dissertations is a free database (open to anyone) with records for more than a million electronic theses and dissertations from around the world. NOTE: The "Open Dissertations" link above is for Cal U patrons and requires a login. However, ANYONE can search (or submit their work to) the database using this BiblioLabs link: https://biblioboard.com/opendissertations/