BJU students must use their CAS (campus login) user name and password in order to access databases. It is the same user name and password used to access email.
OWL stands for Online Writing Lab located at Purdue University. It is an invaluable resource for college students.
The ML3 classroom is located on the 2nd floor of the library. Go through the double doors straight ahead from the stairs, turn left past the windows, and into the ML3 classroom with computers set up for our workshop. Feel free to bring your own laptop connected to wireless to use in place of the lab computers.
What should you use? It depends on your purpose:
The Library subscribes to several article databases and indexes that allow patrons to search for articles in all subject fields. These online indexes are usually hosted on the Internet and can be accessed via our Online Resources Link. Select either the alphabetical listing or the subject listing of available databases. Current students, faculty, staff, and graduate assistants can access these databases from home through the BJU CAS and enter your campus log-in.
Online databases will often provide an electronic copy of the printed article.
The Periodical Finder lists magazines/journals in our databases as well as the notation that we have the magazine/journal in print format.
The online databases are categorized by subject and name. Choose the subject heading that suits your topic and click on the dropdown list to see a list of databases that index articles in your subject field. Some databases overlap.
In general, try these databases for
The library can obtain most articles through ILLiad, our InterLibrary Loan service. Please click on Inter-Library Loan for policies and the ILLiad request form.
Most articles will arrive within ten days. In some cases, the lending library will send the article directly your your email.