Tuesday, December 18, 2007


Hopefully you're already aware that you can access full-text journals and articles through the library's various subscription databases. For folks who simply prefer "Googling" or searching other large search engines versus specific databases, however, you can now access trusted resources via AccessMyLibrary.com. The AccessMyLibrary.com web site features over 29 million articles which are searchable by keyword and browseable by subject or publication title. These articles/links are embedded in search engines such as Google, Ask.com and Yahoo. So if you do a search on a topic and see a link that includes an article on AccessMyLibrary.com, you'll be able to access the complete article for free. All you need to do is choose your library (Bealeton, John Marshall and Warrenton libraries are all listed) and enter in you library card number.