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The new library search finds articles, books, ebooks, theses, journals and much more, all from a single search box on our homepage.
Full-text articles are a click away. No more need to identify an appropriate database to search!
Sign in with your NPS credentials to access all library services! No need to remember a separate library password. Once you log in, you can access the library's licensed content from on and off campus without coming in through the VPN or being prompted for your library account information to log into the proxy server.
Use the new Library Search when:
Use an individual database if:
Saved searches and favorites from our current library catalog did not transfer over to this new system. You will need to recreate any searches in the new system, and if you want, you can print your favorites to a pdf file, or export them to a BibTex or EndNote Web file format. The old system will be available until 30 August. Access it to review or export your favorites. For help with this, contact your Library Liaison or Ask a Librarian.
You will need to recreate any links to library catalog records in your course sites or syllabi. Links pointing to the old system will work until 30 August.
The library search includes many, but not all, of our databases. Below is a list of some of the databases that it does not search. To search these databases, use the links below, or our Databases List.