While on campus, you have been given guest access to our many databases and online resources. Butler students pay for this access as part of their tuition.
When you leave today, you will not be able to access many of the resources on this page - it will ask you for a username and password.
So during your visit, it's important that you download and save the full text of your resources as much as possible. Or, if not possible, read the source, take good notes, and make sure you write down all the citation information you'll need later.
Also, the resources on the next tab (Free Resources) you will continue to have access to after your visit. We recommend that you start with the Butler stuff first!
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Use the WorldCat Discovery search box to the right to find books owned by Butler Libraries. If you're wanting just books in the building, you can:
When you search, it will confirm that an item is a book under the title and author's name. It will also show you that the item is owned by Butler Libraries. If you see something other than Butler listed (WorldCat Libraries or PALNI), this means we don't actually own a copy here.
If Butler owns it, you can click on the Availability link to see more detail. This will tell you whether or not the book is currently checked out and where it is on the shelves. Write down or take a picture of all of this information.
We're happy to help you find where something is within the building - just ask! You are not able to check items out, but we can also show you how to use our scanner that will send PDF copies to your email.
You can find articles in several ways:
When you select an article that looks interesting:
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