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There once was a sad little poem,
Who was quiet and lonely and glum
Until someone was kind,
And saw how he rhymed
Then oh, how his words did blossom.
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The David O. McKay Library website is designed to help students as they search for information to complete research assignments. The objective of this tour is to introduce you to many of the materials and resources that are available on the library website.
Enjoy the tour!
Today's hours are displayed on the homepage so you'll always know when the library is going to be open. You can also click this link to see irregular and holiday hours.
This box uses the library’s EBSCO Discovery Search to find results on your topic in a variety of formats. The results found using this box will include journal, magazine, and newspaper articles, as well as books, videos, and other formats. This search box is a good place to start your search, although it does not search all of the library’s resources.
To access individual databases, you can select one of the options on the Resource Menu Bar. Click on the category you would like to explore and a drop down box will display some of the library’s resources in that category.
In the website footer you'll find links to other library sites, popular links, and ways to contact the library to get help.
This sidebar contains links to resources that are helpful while doing a research project. Links to citation help, interlibrary loan, research guides, and other useful resources are found here.
Selecting the All A-Z option will show a list of all of the resources and databases to which the library has access.
The librarians are here to help answer your questions. You can talk to a Subject Specialist or submit a chat/email question to receive a quick response to a general question.
The McKay Library website is a gateway to hundreds of useful resources for learning and for study. As you use them, they will become more familiar and useful to you