Does your professor require you to use only scholarly, peer-reviewed articles? Check out this short video from Eli Moody at Vanderbilt University for help separating scholarly journals from popular and trade journals.
The Saint Louis University Libraries provide access to a multitude of electronic information resources. Anyone can access these resources by using a computer in Pius Library or any computer on the SLU campus that is connected to the University’s Network.
Due to copyright restrictions only current SLU students, staff and faculty can access subscriptions databases and ebooks from off campus. Enter your SLUnet ID and password when prompted on the proxy page to gain access. More information about off campus access is available on the Libraries' website.
Remember: Never pay online to access an article!
If SLU doesn't already subscribe to a journal, we will get a copy for you at no charge! You need to sign up for an ILLiad account before you can request items through Interlibrary Loan (ILL). If you have questions about ILL, contact our chat service, your librarian, or PIUS ILL directly.