The tabs below will help you find Doane Library licensed resources you can use for your courses. Remember to always use permalinks when linking to eBooks, articles, or streaming video! Need more help? Email email@example.com and we're happy to assist you!
Search for eBooks in the Library Catalog
Many Doane eBooks are accessible via the library catalog, so we recommend it as the place to get started with your eBook search.
To get started go to the Doane Library Homepage and select "Books" in the search box.
Do a search for your keyword(s), title or author and in the left column filter Format to view ebooks. You can also add a filter by year for books published in the last 5 years.
To view the full-text of a book, click on View eBook. If you have questions or need assistance, contact the library (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Use library databases to search for articles you can use as course readings or your personal research. Remember to use permalinks if you assign an article as a course reading! Our A-Z database list can be filtered by subject to help tailor your search. Below is a link to a comprehensive multidisciplinary database where you might start your search.
Finding Known Articles
Once there, type your citation into the Articles search form.
Click Search, and the results will show you whether or not Doane has full text access to the article through any of our database subscriptions. If we DO have the article, your results will look like this:
You should be able to click on any of the View Full Text links to read the article.
If we do NOT have access to the full text of the article you can request the article through InterLibrary Loan using the link in the search results.
Doane subscribes to several streaming video databases you can use to find content for your course. Click the following link to see our full list of audio & visual media databases: A-Z Databases: Audio & Visual Media
Remember: When including streaming video in your Blackboard course, you must use the provided permalink or embed code from the database, rather than uploading the video directly to your course.
You can also search for video in the library catalog on the library homepage (doane.edu/library) by selecting "Video" in the box before you search. Results will include both streaming (eVideo) and physical formats (DVD, BluRay, etc).