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Resources and Tips to help during COVID-19


Union students have the option of using eBooks that are in the library's collection.  Click on the links below to search and access eBooks.  If you are off-campus, you will need to login using your Union username and password to access an eBook collection. 

‚ÄčFor directions on downloading eBooks, check out the Union blog post: "How to Download eBooks to Read Offline."

Online sources

Union has a large number of resources available online that can be accessed both on campus and off campus. If you have questions about available resources or using these resources please contact Amber Wessies  ( or 731-661-5058) or Savannah Patterson ( or 731-661-6544). 


Students are able to access electronic articles (journal, newspaper, and magazine) from off-campus using our databases.  A list of databases, you have access to can be found by using the Databases, eBooks, and Media quick link on the library homepage

If you don't know which databases to search, use the Research Guide for your class or subject area.  Click on the "Articles" tab on that guide, and choose one of the databases listed to search for articles. 

Remember, if you are trying to access the databases off-campus, you will be required to login using your Union username and password

Films on Demand

Check out streaming videos (either for fun or for research purposes) from Films on Demand.  Films on Demand features thousands of streaming educational videos and segments that you can use for research assignments. 

You may also want to try the Films on Demand App available for both Apple and Android devices. You will need to create an account on a computer first by visiting Films on Demand and choosing the sign up button under "your profile." Use your Union username and password when creating your account.

Creating an account allows you to save videos and create watchlists.

Interlibrary Loan

The Union community can still receive articles through Interlibrary Loan. To do so, fill out an Interlibrary Loan request form.  For further information, contact Stephen Mount ( or 731-661-5419).