Electronic Resources Overview

The University of Mississippi Libraries provide access to several types of electronic resources for the university community and researchers.The electronic resources we offer include:

Databases

We have over 200 research databases. A database is a collection of organized information like journal articles, newspaper articles, data sets, images and so on. Academic Search Premier is an example of a database. For more in-depth information see the "Using Databases" page.

One Search

Our "One Search" discovery service, by Ebsco, provides a simple, discoverable search experience by combining  the catalog with the search of most of our database, journals and digital collections. For more in-depth information see the "Using One Search" page.

eBooks 

We have thousands of eBooks. eBooks are electronic versions of printed books available for viewing online. For more in-depth information see the "Using eBooks" page.

eJournals

We have hundreds of eJournals. eJournals are electronic journals with articles available for viewing online. For more in-depth information see the "Using eJournals" page.​

Digital Collections

A digital collection is an archival collection that has been digitized and placed online. For more in-depth information see the "Using Digital Collections" page.

 

Access to electronic resources may vary by resource and your relationship to the University. Please see Accessing Electronic Resources for more information on accessing a particular resource.

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