The first box, "All Items by Source", lists electronic resources specifically for Physics.
- Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Physics, Aviation.
- 1,000 journals.
- Covers applied and general sciences.
- Physical sciences, life sciences, health sciences, social sciences.
- Full-text scientific database with millions of documents.
- Journal articles from nearly 2,500 open access journals.
- Book chapters from more than 30,000 books.
- Aviation, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics.
- Online version of McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology and the McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology included in results.
- Images, videos, biographies, current research, articles.
Multi-subject. 4,600 journals full text. Indexing for articles in 8,500 additional journals.
Multi-subject, Business, English & Literature, History, World Languages & Cultures. Full-text scholarly journals, books, and documents.
Multi-subject, History, Business, Political Science, Journalism, Social Work. 15,000 business, legal, and news sources. Includes The New York Times, The Washington Post. Information for over 80 million companies.
Multi-subject. Select individual databases for merged search results: 40 databases (mostly full-text), Academic Video Online, and Ebook Central.
Director & Systems Librarian
= Restricted resource
= Some full text
= OpenURL enabled
= Video files
= Audio files
Books, media, and articles not available at the PUC Library may be borrowed from other libraries at no charge. You will be notified when the items arrive.
For the fastest service, check the LINK+ catalog first. This service provides quick access to California libraries that share a combined collection of about four million unique titles (books and media). Items will arrive in 3-4 days.
- INTERLIBRARY LOAN
Items not available through LINK+ can still be requested from another library. Non-LINK+ requests take about 7-10 days to arrive. Articles usually arrive in 1-2 days.
If you are using and find an item you want to borrow, select the "Borrow from another library" option and complete the form.
If you are using Discovery Search (EBSCO) and find an article not available online, select the “Request” option and complete the form.
If you're not sure where to start, visit the Interlibrary Loan page for more information.