How do I report a problem with an electronic resource?
Occasionally, for a variety of reasons, a resource may be temporarily unavailable. If a resource is unavailable, you may want to wait and try again in a few minutes.
There are a number of ways to access electronic resources. These links can all be found on the Brandeis Library website.
OneSearch is the Brandeis Library's main catalog and database search tool where you can search the library's catalog, Articles & More, All in OneSearch and Course Reserves.
|Our A-Z Database List is a central location for all our databases.|
|You can browse journal titles by using our Find Journals button located on the top banner of OneSearch.|
Databases A-Z list: databases.library.brandeis.edu
When you are using library databases in your research, you can go to the page to explore available resources in a number of ways:
When you select a subject, you’ll see a list of “best bets” (highly recommended databases for the subject area), additional recommended databases, contact information for the subject librarian, and a list of relevant library research guides: