Did you know that one of our databases is in Spanish? Informe Academico is part of the Tennessee Electronic Library --"una colección de revistas hispánicas con textos completos. Abarca negocios, salud, tecnología, cultura, temas de actualidad y otras materias;" it
"contiene 7.525.224 artículo(s) actualizado(s) el 3 de octubre de 2014. Todos los artículos se han publicado entre 1980 y 2014"--[Spanish language descriptions from Gale Cengage].
Created for Spanish-speaking users, this full-text electronic reference tool provides indexing, images and full text of popular Spanish language and bilingual magazines and journals.
Most university and college libraries in Memphis give check-out privileges to students and faculty from other schools, who present their schools' ID card. Here is a list of the other libraries that CBU students and faculty can use:
Current CBU undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and staff may borrow books from:
You can use WorldCat to find books in area libraries. You can also use the catalogs on individual libraries' homepages.
NOTE: When borrowing from other libraries, you are subject to their policies--their due dates, their overdue fines, etc. As far as other schools' electronic resources go, you may be able to use them on site as a guest: be aware that guest access may be limited to only a few computers, and typically, no printing is allowed.
You're invited to the 2nd Annual Plough Library Inside-Out Fall Festival, Thursday, October 9, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. We'll provide library answers and information outside in Buckman Quad -- along with food, fun, games, and prizes!