You have access to all of Campbell's electronic resources. Search library databases or use OneSearch to access books and articles online using your Blackboard username and password.
The library offers discipline- and course-specific research guides listing key resources. These will help to get you started on your research.
The library has put together a variety of online tutorials and videos to guide you through the research process.
Access the library's online research tools, including resources to help you with your citations.
Books physically located at the library can be delivered to you by postal mail; return postage is the responsibility of the requestor. Journal articles that are only available in print at the library can be scanned and emailed to you online.
You can order books and articles not owned by Campbell Libraries using our Interlibrary Loan service. Articles will be delivered to you online. Books will be delivered to you by postal mail; return postage is the responsibility of the requestor.
WorldCat is an online resource that lets you search libraries worldwide to find materials near you. You can get these resources via Interlibrary Loan, or by contacting local libraries to see what privileges you may have.
Librarians are available via online chat, email, and virtual meeting rooms to offer answers to common research questions. A librarian is your best bet for the best research help.
The library can help with some computing questions, but Computing Services is best for issues with your Blackboard login or other ID problems.
For Campbell Online and extended campus students, the Adult & Online Education office is your main point of contact for any questions related to enrollment, finance, registration, and admissions.