If you are off-campus, you will be prompted to log in with your NetID and password when you click on the link to each database.
The following databases contain preprints, which are final versions of manuscripts before they undergo publication by a journal. Preprints may differ slightly from the final version of an article (also called the version of record), and should not be used in your final research paper if the version of record can be obtained from a library database, or through interlibrary loan. They are open access, meaning they are available for free online and do not need a subscription in order to access them.
The Sprague Library does not subscribe to all of the content found in these databases, but you can request articles through Interlibrary Loan.
Need a book or article that isn't available in the Sprague Library? Request it via Interlibrary Loan. Interlibrary loan will take about 24-48 hours for journal articles or book chapters, and 4-10 business days for print books, so be sure to submit your requests early.