|There are a few places where you can access Discovery:|
|*Note: At times, you may be prompted with a login window for EBSCO. When the login box to the right appears use full college email (i.e. email@example.com) and your regular password.|
Discovery is the library's search engine. This is your one stop shop to search through many of the Library's resources including databases, journals, and conference proceedings. It's a great place to start your research.
|Use Discovery when:|
|You are beginning your research|
|You need to browse and access all of the library's electronic resources quickly|
|You need an overview of the resources available on your topic|
|Don't use Discovery when:|
|You are looking for early release conference proceedings or journal articles; these will often not be available until final publication|
|You are doing legal research, particularly cases; the law resources are available separately - see the Law Subject Guide|
|You are looking for company and industry reports; these are available in specific business databases (e.g. Business Source Ultimate and the ProQuest Business Premium Collection)|
Need advice for your assignments or research?
The Library Academic Support Centre is here to help!
We offer in-person and online appointments, remote assistance via email and a drop-in service.
For more details about how we can help you, see here.
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|Communications from the Library: Please note all communications from the library, concerning renewal of books, overdue books and reservations will be sent to your NCI student email account.|