Note: To log in to the library databases, you may start searching using a search box or click on a direct link to a specific database. You will be prompted to log in with your myPSC login information before you can access password-protected information.

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Search for Books, eBooks, Articles, DVDs, etc.

Limit to: Full Text (Online) Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals
Catalog only (Physical Items)

Search also: Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic) | ProQuest | FirstSearch

What am I searching?
How do I log in to the library databases?

To log in to the library databases, you may either start searching by using a search box or click on a link to a specific database. You will be prompted for your myPSC login information when you try to access password-protected information such as a specific database or full-text articles.

To log off, simply close your browser.

What if my login is not working?
  • You may need to change your password. Try the below steps.
  • Go to TrueYou.
  • Login with your NUID and your password.
  • You will be prompted to change your password to a new one. If it doesn’t prompt you, select “Change Password” from under Account Settings.
  • If you are still unable to log in, please contact the Library or Computer Services (402-872-2270 or ComputerServices@peru.edu).

Search for Articles in Journals, Magazines, Newspapers

Limit to: Full Text (Online) Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals

Search also: Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic) | ProQuest | FirstSearch

What am I searching?
How do I log in to the library databases?

To log in to the library databases, you may either start searching by using a search box or click on a link to a specific database. You will be prompted for your myPSC login information when you try to access password-protected information such as a specific database or full-text articles.

To log off, simply close your browser.

What if my login is not working?
  • You may need to change your password. Try the below steps.
  • Go to TrueYou.
  • Login with your NUID and your password.
  • You will be prompted to change your password to a new one. If it doesn’t prompt you, select “Change Password” from under Account Settings.
  • If you are still unable to log in, please contact the Library or Computer Services (402-872-2270 or ComputerServices@peru.edu).

Search for Books and eBooks

Search Library Catalog for PSC, WSC, and CSC | WorldCat
Help to download eBooks

What am I searching?
  • The Library Catalog for books and eBooks.
  • User Guide provided by EBSCO
  • Contact the Library if you need help.

Search for Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers

Use to find the source of a citation or to find articles in a specific title.

What am I searching?
  • All our databases for journals, magazines, newspapers, and other sources that have full text.
  • If you have a citation, search the title of the source to locate the full text article.
  • If you need an article from a specific source (e.g. The Wall Street Journal), search by the title of the source to locate all the issues available.
  • You may also search by the ISSN, by the publisher, or by a subject.
  • Contact the Library if you need help.
How do I log in to the library databases?

To log in to the library databases, you may either start searching by using a search box or click on a link to a specific database. You will be prompted for your myPSC login information when you try to access password-protected information such as a specific database or full-text articles.

To log off, simply close your browser.

What if my login is not working?
  • You may need to change your password. Try the below steps.
  • Go to TrueYou.
  • Login with your NUID and your password.
  • You will be prompted to change your password to a new one. If it doesn’t prompt you, select “Change Password” from under Account Settings.
  • If you are still unable to log in, please contact the Library or Computer Services (402-872-2270 or ComputerServices@peru.edu).

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