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How do I find the databases?
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.
*From the intranet, select Academics and choose Libraries
*Click Online Resources, and then choose Find a LibGuide.
*Choose the Go to A to Z List in the blue box on the right.
*Select a database from the Alphabetical Listing. *Enter CAS user name and password when prompted after clicking on the database.
About This Guide
This guide offers help in researching African American history. The reference works provide introductory articles about people, events, and themes important to African American history. Begin with the reference tab to find sources that will give you an overview of your topic. The articles tab will help you find articles in scholarly journals. The books tab will help you find books about your topic, both in the Mack Library and in other libraries. The primary sources tab will point you to primary sources on websites and in library collections.
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Subjects:About the Mack Library
, BJU Course Guides
, Distance Learning
, How to Guides
, Science & Technology