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Bucknell Thesis Writers' Guide: Accessing Collections and Resources

Accessing Library Collections and Resources

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Almost all items in the library's collection can be found in the library catalog. Our collection contains both physical and online materials. You also have access to many research databases and academic journals. The Research by Subject guides list suggested databases, journals, and resources for each academic discipline.  For help navigating these information resources and beginning your research process, schedule an appointment to meet with your librarian (via Zoom).

If you find items that we do not own, you can use the "Get It" button in the library catalog to request the item through interlibrary loan free of charge.

Want to access online resources from off campus?  In most cases, simply log into myBucknell, open a new tab, and then navigate to the library website.

Are you a remote thesis writer?
Check out the Remote Access to Library Resources Guide.

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