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As a student at SRU, you have access to all of the library's resources, including the EBSCO databases, for free. To find the databases, go to the Bailey Library website at http://www.sru.edu/academics/library/Pages/Home.aspx. Under the word "Research" in the left navigation menu, you have two options to find the databases. The first is the Articles/Databases link, which takes you to an alphabetical list of all of the library's databases. We have more than 150 so it is a long list! The second option is the Resources by Subject link (also under Research on the library homepage). Resources by Subject is the link to choose if you are not sure what database to pick. It takes you to a list of subject areas such as Biology, Computer Science, English, etc. Once you choose a subject area you will be taken to a page with databases that contain articles related to that discipline.
The library's resources are also accessible off-campus. If you are using the databases from off-campus you will be prompted to login. On the login screen (which says KLN Pass), choose SRU from the drop-down menu of institutions and then enter the same user name and password that you use to check SRU email.
If you have questions about searching the database or finding resources for your subject area please email us, call us at 724-738-4649, or stop by the Research Services office on the first floor of Bailey Library.