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There are a number of ways to find the Library resources you need.
Click on the options below to find out more.
For an overview of what's available, see About our collections.
If the item you're looking for isn't available at York, think about using the Interlending and Document Supply Service.
Your main tool for searching our resources is YorSearch.
Here you can search the Library catalogue for books, ebooks, music, journals etc.
You can also search other databases and repositories including White Rose Research and book chapters.
information about new features and known problems in YorSearch:
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We provide over 40 terminals which give dedicated access to our Library Catalogue, Library homepage, University homepage and selected other library catalogues.
The terminals are located throughout the JB Morrell, Raymond Burton, and King's Manor libraries.
These terminals can be used to get access to some full-text electronic resources and databases, though printing and saving is not possible.
If you'd like to browse or search available ejournals, try using the Find ejournal tool within YorSearch.
You can also search for these journals using the standard YorSearch search, but Find ejournal offers a browse facility which you may find useful.
York Digital Library (YODL) is an online repository for multimedia resources, providing access to over 69,000 resources including images, past exam papers and Masters theses.
The online reading/resource list tool is called EARL (Easy Access to Resource Lists).
If your module has an online reading list, it will be attached to that module in the Yorkshare VLE:
It may be listed as "reading list", "resource list", "EARL list" or similar.