Who can use the library?
How do I access the library?
Is there any cost to use the library?
What resources are available in the library?
What type of periodicals can I find in the library?
How can I find information on business, marketing, and/or higher education trends and related topics?
Where on the library website can I find online databases and how do I access them?
How can I get help using one of the library's online databases?
How do I find out if the library has a book or periodical in which I'm interested?
How do I request a book or other item from another campus library?
What are the hours the library is open?
What if I have a question? How can I get help?
What type of help do the DeVry librarians provide?
Whom should I contact if I want to request the Library acquire a particular book, periodical, or database?
Any DeVry student, faculty, or staff (alumni may use the resources at any of our 28 campus library locations)
No. There is no additional cost to students, faculty, or staff for using the library.
Printed books, eBooks, full-text periodical and research (i.e., "online") databases, and DVDs.
On Campus: Campus libraries subscribe to a variety of print periodicals, from popular to academic. Contact your local campus library for a list.
Online: More than 50,000 periodicals are accessible online, including Harvard Business Review, Business Week, Chronicle of Higher Education, HR Magazine, Crain's Chicago Business, Forbes, etc.
6. How can I find information on business, marketing, and/or higher education trends and related topics?
Search our online databases (see #7 below) to find full-text articles and our online catalog (see #9 below) to find books, eBooks, and DVDs on the topic.
Links to online databases (e.g. EBSCOhost, ebrary, FAACTs, etc.) can be found on the databases page. When prompted, enter your DSI number and your password (birthday in the yyyymm format).
Find the link to the appropriate online database on the "Research Help" page. If you are still stuck, see #12 below, for how to contact a librarian.
Answer: Search the library's online catalog.
After you have identified the item in the online catalog, click the "Request an Item link," login with your DSI number and your last name. Then, complete the form and submit the request. You will receive an email about your request.
On Campus: Check with your local campus library for exact hours.
Online: 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.
DeVry librarians are available to answer questions in-person, via email, or phone (during regular business hours), or also via chat (during regular business hours, weeknights and weekends).
DeVry librarians are available to help provide assistance in researching topics in every DeVry University programmatic area and to assist staff in researching topics related to their areas of responsibility.
14. Whom should I contact if I want to request the Library acquire a particular book, periodical, or database?
Contact your local campus library director or enter a use the form.