Discovery is our new single-search interface. It searches multiple databases for articles and eBooks. Try searching by topic, article or book title, or even paste in a citation or a DOI!
|I want to...|
Browse the recent issues of a particular journal
|Journal search - search by journal title|
|Locate an article
(I know the journal and issue in which it was published)
(see Find an Article below)
Discovery search - search by article title
|Locate articles about a topic||
Discovery is a very broad search across multiple databases. Depending on the topic, you may find that Discovery brings back too many results, in which case it might be more helpful to use a single database. Popular databases are listed on the Library homepage, or go to the Databases page to see all available databases.
Have an article citation and need to check if FNU has access?
Option 1 :
Use our Discovery search at the top of the page. Just paste the citation into the search box.
(If pasting in the full citation doesn't work, try searching for just the article title.)
Option 2 :
Use EBSCOhost's Citation Matcher. Watch our video tutorial for more information.
Option 3 :
Using the library's e-journal search, type in the journal name. If FNU has access to the journal, you'll see a list of databases which provide access, including what years are available. Select a database, and navigate to the volume/issue to see the list of articles.
If the journal title does not appear in the result list, log in to ILLiad to submit an InterLibrary Loan request.
FNU has ebooks as well as e-journals.
To search all available eBooks, use the Discovery search above and select "Search eBooks only."
Selected eTextbook titles are also available. Go to the eTextbooks guide for a list of courses which have eTextbooks available.
What's in the library catalog?
Explore the new catalog at https://frontier.bywatersolutions.com.
Additional catalog features:
Worldcat is a database that searches thousands of library catalogs worldwide. Search Worldcat for books or other items, input your zip code, and Worldcat will identify the nearest library which has the resource you need.