You can easily search for journals from within an EBSCO database. Click on the Publications tab at the top to search for journals provided through that particular resource (in this example, we're using Academic Search Premier). However, if you want to search for journals across all EBSCO databases, click on the "Choose Databases" as denoted in the picture below:
If you're not sure of the exact title of the journal you are searching for, use the browsing feature as pictured below or ask any of the Reference Librarians for assistance:
Once you've found the journal you wish to receive RSS feed alerts, click on the RSS feed icon on associated with your desired journal. It is the icon with the orange box and white stripes:
A pop-up box will appear and you'll notice a pop-up box appear with the RSS feed link for your selected journal:
Not sure which databases are provided by EBSCO? Start here.
In order to comply with state COVID-19 safety regulations, building occupancy will be reduced this fall. Call The Desk at 508-565-1313 to find out whether the building is at capacity. Safety measures have also called for some additional changes in library operations. You can learn more about them on the FAQ page of the library website.
Students who wish to meet with a librarian can make an appointment using LibCal.