Library ResourcesIf you are a current Quinnipiac student, staff or faculty member, the Arnold Bernhard Library Web site has moved into the MyQ campus portal. Follow the steps below to access the full range of library resources:

  1. Log into MyQ
  2. Click on Library-Arnold Bernhard under the 'Quick Links' tab OR within the dropdown menu for "IT and Libraries" located in the main navigation.
  3. If you have questions, contact the Library Reference Desk at 203-582-8633.
The Arnold Bernhard Library at Quinnipiac University provides an array of resources to support learning and research.

One of the most valuable tools is QCat, the online catalog of books and multimedia. It also provides access to hundreds of classic and historic electronic books.

More than 75 databases offer electronic access to indexing and abstracting services in a wide variety of disciplines. Links to full-text are provided when available. Some of the databases from the library's collection include:

ABI Inform - Nearly 1800 worldwide business periodicals for in-depth coverage of business and economic conditions, management techniques, theory, and practice of business, advertising, marketing, economics, human resources, finance, taxation, computers, and more. Expanded international coverage. Fast access to information on 60,000 + companies with business and executive profiles. Now includes The Wall Street Journal.

ArtStor - A collection of curated art images and associated data.            

CINAHL - Citations, abstracts, and full-text articles in nursing, occupational and physical      therapy, and allied health.

Communication & Mass Media Complete - Full text coverage of over 200 titles and citation coverage for additional sources in communications studies and mass media.

ERIC Resources in Education - A comprehensive database of education research and information. Includes indexing of ERIC documents and over 600 education journals.

JSTOR - back issues of journals from many disciplines, beginning with the first volumes and issues of each title.

MLA International Bibliography - A citation database of scholarly books and articles on modern languages, literatures, folklore, and linguistics compiled by the Modern Language Association.

ProQuest - QU's most used database, a collection of academic journals and consumer periodicals and newspapers, including The New York Times from 1851.

PsycInfo - Comprehensive database of citations, abstracts and full-text articles from major psychology journals, books, and dissertations. Journal coverage begins in 1894 and includes international material.

Science Direct-a collection of scientific, medical and business journals.

Sociological Abstracts - Abstracts and indexes the international literature in sociology and related disciplines. Coverage from 1952 to the present.

All electronic resources are available from off-campus with proper authentication.

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