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What does the ULM Library have to offer me?

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by Jessica McKee on 26 February 2014

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What does the ULM Library have to offer me?
Off-Campus Access (Remote Access)
Many of the sources in our databases are available online in full text. To log in to the databases from off-campus, simply enter your username (CWID) and PIN (birth date in MMYY format) when prompted. The log in screen typically looks like this:
e-Books
ULM has a variety of e-books available for students to download. Students can browse through academic or recreational book choices.
Journal Articles
ULM has a multitude of scholarly journals for students to use. Some journal articles can be downloaded as a PDF file and printed from your home.
Databases
ULM offers several databases for students to use based on the subject matter that you are studying. These databases are a great place to find research for projects or assignments.
Librarians
Contact Information
Reference: (318) 342-1071

Circulation: (318) 342-1063

Email: reference@ulm.edu
When you need help searching for books or articles, formatting your bibliography, or tracking down information, the subject matter expert librarians are eager to help.

If you need research help and you're not able to come to the Library, you can call the librarians at
(318) 342-1071 or email them at reference@ulm.edu.


ulm.edu/library
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