Looking for a specific journal? We probably have it in digital format. Best method is to use the Online Journalsl list.
Pay attention to the date coverage information –
Alternately use the Library catalog to search for journals (both print and ejournals) owned by the Purdue Libraries
If the Library doesn't own the journal article, request it via Interlibrary Loan.
Using your PU ID and password, you can get to the databases, journals and e-books that the library owns.
This is a list of research guides that point to resources in specific subject areas. To see the full list of business databases, please visit the Parrish Library Website.
Searching for articles on a specific topic? The Library provides access to almost 500 databases that index articles. To find the databases in your area:
Search for a book (both print and electronic) owned by the PURDUE LIBRARIES using the Library catalog.
Graduate students get 16 WEEK LOANS, unless recalled by another user, with NO limit to the number items that can be borrowed. Your PU id is your library card. More information about borrowing privileges is available here.
A PU Career Account ID and password are required to access electronic books.
Broaden your search to all the CIC Libraries (the major research libraries in the MidWest) by using UBORROW. Books will be sent to Purdue Libraries Interlibrary Loan department for pick up.