The new Mason Libraries Search is now live! Mason Libraries Search allows you to search hundreds of millions of items simultaneously from the following:
- The books, e-books and media we’ve always had in our catalog
- Mason’s digital collections in MARS and LUNA
- Mason’s Electronic Dissertations and Theses
MasonCatalog + Articles and More (includes all the above and adds…)
- Research databases and E-Journal collections like ERIC, MEDLINE, JSTOR and many others.
- Legal, governmental and archival materials
WRLC Members (includes Mason and adds)
- Library catalogs of all members of the Washington Research Library Consortium
Using Mason Libraries Search
Mason Libraries Search retrieves items that satisfy your search terms from the collections of Mason’s libraries, from individual publishers and from open-access scholarly repositories. You may also expand your search results to include items where immediate access is not possible by using the “Expand My Results” option on the search results page. For more in-depth research, you’ll also want to consult our Database Portal to search content that isn’t necessarily included within Libraries Search.
You can access items held by other institutions via our Interlibrary Loan Service, or in-person visits to Washington Research Library Consortium member libraries.
Summer term has started, and Mason Libraries is here to support you with places to study and resources to explore (in our library locations and online). Be sure to make note of our updated summer hours.
For Earth Day, check out online resources at the Mason Libraries! Interested in up to date information on environmental issues like climate change, air quality, deforestation, endangered species, or more?
Start with our Sustainable Goals and Climate Change Infoguides. These will help you identify background information, relevant articles and books, and reputable news sources. Want to dig a little deeper? Check out ScienceCinema and Docuseek’s Earth Day Sampler that will both inspire you and make you think!
Interested in learning more about Earth Day? Be sure to visit the Library’s ENVIROnetBASE and GreenFILE databases to learn more about the relationship between human beings and the environment, with topics including global warming, recycling, alternate fuel sources, and more.
Mason’s annual International Week takes place from Friday, April 6 until Sunday, April 15, 2018.
Mason Libraries is committed to exploring global perspectives! One way the Libraries achieves this is by acquiring a variety of online resources for students, faculty and staff to help them learn, teach, and succeed. Resources include a wide array of foreign language resources, ranging from books, e-books, scholarly journals, juvenile literature, music and movies. Use Quick Search, the Libraries’ Catalog, Subject Guides, or the Database List to browse, locate and use the materials.
Explore these resources and more with the Mason Libraries!