NLU WorldCat Local
Search for books and articles with one search
Books that can be requested from academic libraries in Illinois, including NLU. You will need to create an account to request/renew books, see Searching for Books for instructions on setting up your account.
Ebrary: Access to full text books, reports and other authoritative titles.
EBSCO eBooks: Access to full text books.
SpringerLink: Access to full text books, journals, and other publications.
EBL: Electronic books in the fields of humanities and social sciences.
Databases by Subject
NLU article databases organized by subject discipline.
A-Z List of Databases
NLU article databases in alphabetical order.
Browse journals available in full text through databases.
NLU Print Journal List
Find journals available in print format.
Alexander Street Press Streaming Video Databases
Search one place for videos in the follow Alexander Street Press Collections: American History in Video, Black Studies in Video, Counseling and Therapy in Video volumes 1 through 3, Criminal Justice and Public Safety in Video, Current Affairs in Video, Education in Video, Ethnographic Video Online volume 1, and Health and Society in Video.
Films on Demand
Streaming video database with over 20,000 videos appropriate for academic research on topics such as business, communication, criminal justice, education, humanities, mathematics, psychology, and science.
Key of G
From New Day Digital Films. A documentary about disability, caregiving, and interdependence.
NLU Archives and Special Collections
Search the catalog for archival holdings and digitized documents from NLU's history.
We anticipate the physical Archives collection at the North Shore campus will be closed until September 1, 2014. For more information, please email Chris Diaz at email@example.com.
Digital Commons @NLU
Digital Commons @NLU
A digital archive that preserves and provides access to the scholarship created by NLU's students and faculty.
See our Citing Sources page for tools and tips on how to cite your research.
RefWorks Citation Manager
RefWorks will no longer be available through National Louis University after December 31, 2014. If you have an existing account with RefWorks you can transfer your citations to Zotero, a free citation management tool. See the Zotero Citation Manager Library Guide for information on transferring your RefWorks references to Zotero.