- Where do I start? This page offers advice if you don't know what research database or search tool to use.
- Request full articles and books not available online or in Library; distance students may request any items not available online.
Are any Mundt Library research databases currently unavailable?
Librarians can suggest alternatives when research databases are down. Use the "Ask a Librarian" link above to ask for advice about which databases to use.
Limited availability of ERIC fulltext (pdf) documents!
- Date/Time: No timeframe for return of full pdf access has been given by U.S. Dept of Education
- Databases Affected: ERIC database on the ed.gov website. Also, it will impact any links in the EBSCOhost version of ERIC that go direct to ERIC (primarily ERIC documents). It will not impact links in EBSCOhost that go to journal articles that EBSCO provides.
- Reason: Policy decision because of privacy concerns. For explanation, read: http://www.eric.ed.gov/pdf_availability.html. ERIC is a research database for education, funded by the U.S. Department of Education. 9/11/2012: ERIC has just released a first wave of more than 20,500 downloadable PDFs online following a period of suspended downloading capability affecting all ERIC full-text materials. Access to the full-text collection was disabled due to privacy concerns identified in some ERIC documents. At the present time, materials available for download include all peer-reviewed full-text documents and journal articles. ERIC full-text alerts can be monitored at ERIC.gov
Find a list of our research databases using the "Database Quicklinks" dropdown menu above, or go to Research Databases by Subject to explore available databases.