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Research Guides

Eastern Washington University Libraries

Library Services for EWU @ North Seattle College

Access EWU Library Databases to find Articles?

The EWU databases may be accessed from any computer connected to the Internet, with your NetID username and password. (This username/password is the same one that you used to initially set up your EWU email account.)

If you have not created your password, go to accounts.ewu.edu. See Accounts and Passwords for more information. For questions about your EWU ID number, contact the IT Help Desk.

 

Arrange Library Instruction for my Students?

To advance the educational goals of information literacy and critical thinking, the EWU Libraries offer online tutorials, class and subject guides or virtual library instruction to distance students in all programs. To integrate library instruction into your curriculum, please contact:

Try to schedule at least one month in advance for a face-to-face library instruction session.  If you have a research-related student assignment, then please provide your librarian a copy of it to help with session preparation.

Contact EWU Libraries?

 

Contact the Learning Commons?

Find Databases & eJournals?

Library Guides by Subject

These guides have recommended article databases for more comprehensive searching, along with links to other resources for the discipline.

Databases A-Z

Alphabetical list of all of our databases for finding articles. This does not include the individual online journals and magazines by title. Use the link below Electronic Journals A-Z to access a particular online periodical.

Electronic Journals A-Z

This resource will tell you if a particular journal, magazine or newspaper is available full text in any of our article databases. This does not list every article database -- see the above link Databases A-Z to find a particular database, such as ProQuest or JSTOR.

Find Open Educational Resources (OER)

Reserve Materials for my Students?

I'm an instructor, what do I need to know about placing items on course reserve?

Most reserve materials are items placed in the Library by instructors for students to use for specific courses, such as supplemental texts or sample exams. In addition, materials which are in high demand, or which are valuable or difficult to replace, may be placed in the reserve collection. Reserve items must be checked out and returned at the circulation desk

To request an item on reserve, ask for it by the course name at the Circulation Desk (Checkout & Reserves).

Checkout periods may be 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 1 day, 3 days, or 1 week.

Search for available course reserve titles here.

Contact the NSC Circulation Desk to put physical items on course reserves:  (206) 934-3607

What if I have materials I want to link to in Canvas?  While Canvas makes it easy to put up articles you have saved or scanned, doing so might violate copyright. You have a couple options for adding articles legally.

  • If the article is full text in one of the library databases (i.e. Academic Search Complete or JSTOR), then find the permanent or persistent URL.  For the article to be accessible from off-campus, it must go through our proxy server.  Therefore the URL for our proxy server [https://ezproxy.library.ewu.edu/login?url=] must go in front of the persistent URL of the article.  For more detailed information, see the Help sheet on linking to library articles or contact the JFK reference desk [(509) 359-2263] for help.
  • If the article doesn't have a unique URL, or isn't full text, then contact the EWU Library Circulation Desk (509) 359-7888 [ewu.circulation@ewu.edu] for help.

Need more help?  EWU Online Learning: (509) 359-7380 [easternonline@ewu.edu]

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