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Faculty & Staff Orientation to the Library


Use the LIbrary Catalog to locate print books, ebooks, print journals, multimedia, and anatomical models by keyword, author, title, or subject. The Library catalog is also available from the Library homepage, by clicking on the link to the Library Catalog.


The Library subscribes to a wide variety of Databases that provide access to information on such topics as alternative and complementary therapies, articles within the biomedical literature, case files, diagnostic tools, e-book collections, evidence-based, point-of-care resources, drug information, journal citation reports, systematic reviews, test preparation, and much more.  

Go to the Library Databases page to find descriptions of, and links to, the Library's online databases.

  • Search by database name, subject, and/or program by using the drop down menu choices
  • Select the Select Program drop down menu to quickly view recommended resources for TUN programs
  • When you are off-campus, use your remote access username and password when choosing databases with the TUN logo (


Use the Journals page to find out if the Library subscribes to a journal, or has access to a specific article citation, in electronic or print format.


EndNote is a citation management tool that makes it easy to save, organize, and format citations. It is compatible with many of the Library's resources and can be used in collaboration with others. TUN facutly, staff, and students can download EndNote through Blackboard; for directions on installing it and getting started, please see the instructional PDF, below.

To schedule an EndNote orientation session, please contact Jason Fetty at