When you're off campus, sign in using your UCCS email and password to access our electronic resources. If you can't get the article you want:
Looking for current events or personal narratives or essays that aren't in scholarly journal articles? Consider setting up your free subscription to the New York Times.
When you are doing research from off-campus, you will be prompted to log in to electronic resources with your UCCS username and password. This is just like logging into Canvas.
No UCCS holdings for your article?
Request that the article be delivered to you as a PDF by using ILLiad (Interlibrary Loan). This usually takes a few days - or less!
First time users must create an account. You will need to use your UCCS email address and student ID number.
Search the more academic side of Google! Google Scholar can find journal articles, books, government reports, technical papers, etc. Make sure to read the record carefully so that you know what type of source you have found.
DON'T PAY FOR ARTICLES!!!!!!
If you are off campus follow these steps in Google Scholar to access any content the library owns:
Find article databases that cover different subject areas like psychology, sports medicine, nursing, and health sciences using the Find Databases by Subject in the Databases tab on the Library's home page
When you find an article you think looks interesting, look at: