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Frequently Asked Questions of the CLU library

Frequently Asked Questions

These are the most commonly asked questions of the CLU library.  Don't see what you're looking for?  Contact Esteban Aguilar by clicking the "Email me" button in the "Librarian" profile box and he'll gladly help you.

Q. How do I access library resources from home?

A. To access library resources from home, watch this brief tutorial video.

Q. How do I find library resources?

A. You can find library resources by searching the library catalog or by browsing the library's A to Z database list.  Check out these brief tutorial videos on how to search the catalog as well as how to use the A to Z list.

Q. I'm working on my capstone project and am feeling a bit lost.  Is there anywhere I can go for help?

A.  There is a guide dedicated specifically to helping students with their capstone projects.  On it, you'll find examples of other capstone projects from CLU students as well as the roadmap.  Click here to see it.

Q. I'm not quite sure where or how to start my research.  What should I do?

A. Check out this guide to help you get started on your research!

Q. Are there any resources in particular that would be helpful with my research?

A. The CLU library has many resources that can help you find what you're looking for.  A great place to start would be with our ProQuest Dissertation and Theses Global database.  Check out this guide to get started.

Q. I looked for a journal in the catalog and it says we have online access to it but I'm having trouble accessing the article I want.  What gives?

A. Chances are you're trying to access an article that falls outside of our subscription date range.  Not all journals come with full text access up to the current issue.  Some journals may have full text access for specific dates ranges only.  Whenever you search for a journal title, the catalog will tell you what the full text coverage is so always make sure to check that before thinking something is wrong!

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