contain online versions of newspapers, magazines, journals, encyclopedias,
dictionaries, and book chapters. Since you access databases online, many
people think they are websites. They are NOT
websites.You must login to gain access to databases because they are proprietary resources leased for use by IRSC students and employees.
When searching databases, you can be more specific with your keywords for a more precise list of results. You can search within the title, abstract, or full text of the item. The hardest part of searching databases is knowing which one to choose. The IRSC list of databases offers brief information about each resource. You can also search for databases by subject to help you more easily select appropriate databases.
Your Borrower ID is your employee ID (PID).
Your PIN is your 4-digit birthdate (MMDD).
Did you know? You can search all the databases to see if we carry a specific journal title. After logging in, click on A-Z Journals on the database list page to search for journals by title. Click the image below to get to the A-Z Journal Database.
Type the Journal Name into the search box, then click Search. Find the correct journal title and click on the Database you want to use. If the journal is available in one of the databases, the journal will have a list of database(s) where you access the journal along with the years represented in the database(s), see an example journal available from multiple databases and covering different years below.