For off-campus access to journals, databases, and electronic resources provided by the library, search for your desired material using the links provided on the pages of this guide. When you try to access a specific book, journal, or database, you should be prompted to log in using your TAMU NetID.
Materials Delivered to Your Door or Inbox!
TAMU Libraries offers a document delivery service for distance students. You can use our Get It For Me service to have a book or other material that we don't have (or a print material we do have) mailed to you. If it is under 50 pages, we'll scan it and email it to you free of charge! Read more about book delivery here.
Interested in One-on-One Help?
We have AdobeConnect and Skype technologies to allow us to interface one-on-one with distance students and answer any questions you may have. We also offer webinars throughout the semester to help you learn how to use library resources, such as EndNote and Refworks citation management softwares. We are happy to provide webinars on other topics of interest - just email us your suggestions.
The Citing Sources guide gives detailed instructions on how to properly cite information.
The TAMU Writing Center can provide email-based feedback to help you hone your writing skills.
Policy Sciences & Economics Liaison Librarian