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Overdue Items

It is not necessary for you to return materials at this time, including items you have received from RACER (interlibrary loan). Please wait until the Library reopens.

For up to date information on the Library and Archives during the COVID-19 crisis, refer to the COVID-19: Library and Archives FAQ.


EBSCO, one of the library’s main suppliers of databases, has provided complimentary access to three of their most popular databases until June 15, 2020.  They are: 

Academic Search Ultimate - Multidisciplinary content; over 9,000 active full-text journals and magazines, including peer-reviewed journals indexed in leading citation indexes - publisher’s description

Business Source Ultimate - Full text journals in all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, accounting, finance, banking and economics. Full text of more than 3,500 business periodicals of which more than 2,000 are peer-reviewed - publisher’s description.

EBSCO eBooks Academic Subscription Collection - This multidisciplinary collection includes thousands of ebooks covering a large selection of academic subjects and features ebooks from leading publishers and university presses.  

From Henry Stewart Business and Management

The Laurentian Community now has access to 20 Henry Stewart Business and Management journals which contain nearly 6,000 original, peer-reviewed case studies, vocational articles and applied research, and increases with 700-1,000 additions each year. Free access is available until the end of May.

From AccessMedicine

AccessMedicine has centralized all of the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic.

AccessMedicine - COVID-19 Central

From Karger Medical Press

Dozens of academic articles relating to COVID-19. More are being added daily.

Karger Medical Press - COVID-19 academic articles


Dozens of public health journals and thousands of e-books. More are being added daily

JSTOR Open Access Ebooks

JSTOR Public Health Journals

From Cambridge

Cambridge Companions

Cambridge Elements

Cambridge Histories

Cambridge Open Textbooks

A Reminder

The trial period for Audio-Cine Films will end April 24.