Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 16

Hello 

I just spoke with you on chat. @e must have been disconnected, so you must not have seen my reply.

You have reached a community college library in Texas, called College of the Mainland (COM). Only COM students can access articles in our databases. They have to log in with their student ID numbers, so you would not be able to read articles from our library.

If you go to your own university library website, they will have contact information for the reference librarians there, and databases you access through your own library. 

Academic databases are subscription databases, so only students at a particular college can access the databases their college subscribes to.

If you are working on a graduate level thesis, it really would benefit you to work with a reference librarian at your university to help you get scholarly, peer-reviewed sources suitable for your level of study.

If you do not know how to find your university library website, go to your university homepage and look for the library link, or use your favorite search engine (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.) to search by typing in the name of your university and the word library.

Good luck on your assignment.

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