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This page contains video and PDF tutorials for many of our library databases. They also have video and directions for specific strategies and skills like finding an article from a citation, how to search within an e-book, and how to get to the full-text of articles we don't own.
This list of databases includes subject specific scholarly databases as well as our general ones. Also included are language learning software, reference collections, digital image databases and more.
Getting the full text
Found an article you like, but no full text?
We can still get it for you! First clickFind it @ UD
If Find It@UD doesn't lead you to full-text in another of our databases, we might be able to get it to you via Interlibrary loan. It's a service the library provides free of charge to UD faculty, staff, and students. Our staff works with other libraries to provide books, articles, and media that UD does not own by borrowing materials.
The interlibrary loan request form will autofill when accessed via an article database or WorldCat, a database of library materials worldwide. The form may also be completed from scratch. A UD network username and password is required to use the interlibrary loan system (ILLiad).