LIRN Student Guide

Welcome to your library, LIRN!
LIRN is your 24/7–anywhere access point for academic resources.
LIRN provides information resources from the following sources:
Gale/InfoTrac: Academic OneFile, Business and Company Resource Center with
PROMT and Newsletters, Computer Database, Custom Newspapers (contains full
text articles from 128 newspapers), Expanded Academic ASAP, Gale Virtual
Reference Library, General Business File ASAP, Health and Wellness Resource
Center and Alternative Health Module, Health Reference Center Academic, InfoTrac
Criminal Justice Collection, InfoTrac LegalTrac, InfoTrac OneFile, Literature
Resource Center, Newsletters ASAP, Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center, and the
Student Resource Center-Gold.
ProQuest: ABI/INFORM Dateline, ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Trade &
Industry, Evidence-Based Resources from the Joanna Briggs Institute, Health &
Medical Complete, National Newspaper Abstracts, Nursing & Allied Health Source,
ProQuest Psychology Journals, and ProQuest Research Library (with 16 subject
eLibrary: Selected periodicals, reference books, maps, pictures, newspapers from
around the world, and transcripts of news and public affairs broadcasts.
Bowker: Books in Print, Books in Print For Patrons, and RCLweb.
LIRNSearch: LIRNSearch is a federated search engine that allows you to
simultaneously search all of the LIRN sources or to search by subject groups, or as
individual databases.
To access LIRN:
Students are provided with complete and secure access to the entire suite of LIRN
resources. Specific access information is provided at registration.
Contact and admissions officer or one of the administrative staff members.