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Novanet Discovery

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Novanet Discovery searches books and articles from Novanet Libraries -  plus  a limited selection of databases and other sources. Be sure to check the resource types and versions when your search results are returned. 

For more information please consult:

 

Books & Videos


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For your convenience, we’ve added a Books and Videos tab to our search box, which enables you to simply find books and multimedia held at the Mount and other Novanet Libraries.

Course Readings

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The Course Readings tab lists course readings placed at the Mount Library by your professor (but remember that many course readings are now accessed via Moodle).

Help

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And, should you require additional help, our Help menu links you to various forms of assistance: our FAQ, the Novanet Live Help Service, Research Help, and system status.

Databases A-Z

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Do you already know which article database or research resource you need to search for your topic? Consult our alphabetical list of databases and research sites.

Journal Titles A-Z

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Do you wish to browse the current issue of a key journal in your subject area? Or perhaps you are tracking down a journal from a citation in the bibliography of another article. Search for your journal title in Journal Titles A-Z.

Guides A-Z

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The Mount Library has guides on many different topics and areas of interest.


This guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License.
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You may copy the guide for noncommercial purposes as long as credit is included. Please be aware that the guide may contain links to subscription based services for which access is restricted. We encourage you to license your derivative works under Creative Commons as well to encourage sharing and reuse of educational materials.