Use Library Search to find books, journals, videos, government documents, microfilm collections and other materials at the Emory libraries, including Woodruff; Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library; Goizueta Business; Pitts Theology; Woodruff Health Sciences Center; McMillan Law; Science Commons; Music and Media; and Oxford libraries.
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You can access your account to see what items you currently have checked out, when they are due, and to renew them. Click the "My Library Card" button in the upper-right corner of Library Search to log in, or click here.
If a book you're looking for is at Oxford College, at the Library Service Center, or checked out, don't fear!
Books that are at the Library Service Center or at Oxford can be requested, and checked out books can be recalled.
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You'll be notified by email when the item is available.
NOTE: if the item is checked out, the borrower has ten days to return it.
A primary source is a document, recording or other source of information created at the time being studied, by an authoritative source, usually one with direct personal knowledge of the events being described.
Primary sources include diaries, letters, family records, statistics, speeches, interviews, autobiographies, film, government documents, or original scientific research.
For more detailed information, see the Primary Sources Research Guide.
Start with: How do I find newspaper articles?
Our newspapers in print and microfilm are listed on this research guide.
You can also look at the list of databases that contain electronic newspaper articles.
Woodruff Library has millions of pages of newspapers, government documents, manuscript and archival records, and other primary source collections in microformat. Microforms are a storage medium containing materials that are photographed at a greatly reduced size for ease of storage and preservation.
The most common types of microforms are microfilm, which resembles a pint-size movie reel; and microfiche, which looks like a large plastic index card. Our microform collections are listed in Library Search. They can be viewed, printed and scanned using special equipment located on Level 2.
It takes practice to search for and use microforms effectively - so ask for help!
Once you have entered a search term and have retrieved results, you will see a box asking if you'd like to search articles. Click the Articles+ link in your search results. If you see other types of resources, mixed in, use the Resource Type menu to choose Articles.
Databases like JSTOR and Academic Search Complete provide citations and/or full text of journal articles, books, and other materials. Emory University Libraries enable access to the contents of more than 400 databases. See our Databases page for a complete listing. For help with searching databases, see our Finding Articles at Woodruff research guide.
Access from off-campus is available only to current Emory University students, faculty and staff, and requires an Emory Network ID and password.
For more information, see Find Articles at Woodruff Library guide.