How do I access the Library's online resources?


There are two main ways to do this. 

The first is to use WorldCat (link below). Many of our online resources integrate with WorldCat, meaning that when you perform a search it looks for online and physical resources (results for online resources display a 'View eBook' or 'View Full Text' button). 

The second is to use A-Z Databases (link below). From here you can access all of the library's online resources, including those not searchable via WorldCat.  To see which ones these are, use the 'All Database Types' drop-down box and select Not Searchable via WorldCat.   

Alternatively, if you have our LibKey Nomad browser extension installed (link below), you can search the web.  LibKey Nomad displays an onscreen alert anytime you find a journal article that the Library provides access to. You can then click on the alert to open the article.

If you are off-campus when you try to access online resources you will be prompted to enter your BGU credentials (the same ones you use for email).

  • Last Updated 21 Nov, 2022
  • Views 153
  • Answered By Emma Sansby, BA (Hons) MA MCLIP

FAQ Actions

Was this helpful? 0 0