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LIBROS Catalog: resources at NMHU Libraries and the LIBROS consortium
EBSCO: eBook Collection: Highlands’ Collection of e-books
Directory of Open Access Books: academic, peer reviewed books
Project Gutenberg: over 36,000 free, out of copyright (or public domain) ebooks to download
Google Books: books from many universities – many older books available full-text
Interlibrary Loan Form for Books: online form for items not found at Donnelly
WorldCat FirstSearch:will be discontinued in 2017

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Databases by Subject: periodical indexes and databases by subject
Databases by Title: alphabetical list of periodical indexes and databases
Trial Databases : databases for review for possible purchase. Let us know what you think.
Journal Titles (Journal Finder): search for full-text electronic and print journals listing by title and subject
Electronic Reserves: access electronic course reserves
Interlibrary Loan Form for Articles: online form for journal articles not found at Donnelly

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Internet Search Tools: search engines, metasearches and directories
Evaluating Web Sites: Internet resources for evaluating sites
Web Sites by Subject: Librarian reviewed websites by subject

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Citation and Writing Guides: guides to APA, MLA and other styles
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries: online
Newspapers Online: Newspapers and historical New Mexico newspapers
Reference Resources: Internet resources of a general nature
General, Non-Academic Resources: Resources for general research, the community, and children

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GPO: Index to U.S. government publications
GPO Digital System: information from all three branches of the Federal Government
New Mexico State Government: access to all areas of the State of New Mexico
Internet Resources: Federal and New Mexico Information


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Electronic Resources Licenses

The Thomas C. Donnelly Library purchases access to Licensed Electronic Resources for the use of Highlands students, faculty, staff and library users only. These resources are protected by copyright and other laws. License agreements usually stipulate the following:

  • Access is for current Highlands students, faculty, and staff. Former students, faculty, and staff do not have remote access to subscription databases.
  • Use of material for personal, educational or research purposes only
  • Users may display, download, or print one copy of a reasonable portion (generally one or two articles per journal, or one book chapter) of the resource
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  • Users may not sell or otherwise make commercial use of the resource
  • Do not systematically or massively download or copy any resource