Summon Search most Library resources (print & electronic).
Library Catalog Search the Library's online catalog.
E-Journal Portal Find or browse ejournals by title, subject or ISSN.
Google Scholar Search scholarly content from many sources.
The Department of Special Collections houses a diverse range of materials, from 15th century illuminated devotionals to subject collections treating contemporary social issues. Bodies of work include literature, music, films, art, archival material and ephemera. Visit the Special Collections Website
Special Collections materials are freely available to scholars, including La Salle students and faculty, as well as researchers from outside the University. The material may be studied in comfort and privacy in a reading room located within the department on the Library's second floor. Contact the Special Collections
Featuring the research and scholarly output of the La Salle University community deposited by University departments and centers on campus.
See archived versions of websites by and about La Salle, dating back to January 2012.
The lives of the Wister Family are elaborated through a series of articles, papers, photographs and other research.
Gabriel is the World Wide Web service of Europe’s National Libraries represented in the Conference of European National Librarians (CENL). In Gabriel you can find information about all the National Libraries of Europe, their services and the online exhibitions they offer.
These Directories differ from the Directories listed above because the sites listed have all be examined and chosen by knowledgeable people. If you are searching for reliable sites on a broad subject, it is better to choose these directories.
see also Connelly Library Explorer
You can easily identify and connect to quality web sites by using La Salle University Library’s own catalog: The Connelly Explorer. The Systems Librarian has located useful Web sites and created a catalog record with a link to the actual Web site itself. The Web site is fully described and assigned standard Library of Congress Subject Headings just as is done for books. A list of these sites can be obtained by typing computer network resources as the subject heading.
Allow you to search a number of databases at once.
The Wayback Machine is a front end to the Internet Archive’s collection of public web pages. The Wayback Machine provides access to this data by URLs. It is not text searchable, the user needs to know the exact URL of a particular web page.
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