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Intro to the Relay Library

Relay library FAQs, research tips, and more!

Searching for Relay Library Resources

Use the search box below to search for materials in the Relay library catalog! You can search for materials by their title, author, or keyword. If you are looking for materials online, be sure to select "Full Text Online" from the search results on the left.  

 

 

For a list of the most commonly used resources in the library, check out the Relay Library Highlighted Resources guide.

Finding Journals and Articles

The Relay Library provides full text access to thousands of articles relevant to your studies. Everything from peer-reviewed scholarly literature to current news in education magazines is available to read instantly. Watch the tutorial below to learn how to access full text articles from your computer.

Helpful Links

Professional/Practitioner Journals 

Here is a list of recommended professional and practitioner journals. For content-specific journals, you can visit the Journals and Articles page of your content libguide, which you can find here.

Finding Books and eBooks

The Relay Library provides thousands of education related electronic books available in full text directly from your computer. The document below will show you how to access these e-books from wherever you are.

Using Interlibrary Loan

Maybe you've found an article cited in a literature review that's exactly what you've been looking for; or you found an article on Google Scholar that the Relay library doesn't have access to; or you need a chapter of a book that the Relay library doesn't have an ebook copy of. Not to worry! Email us at library@relay.edu or fill out this form - we can help you to track down a copy of the article or chapter that you're looking for, or we can submit a request for the article through Interlibrary Loan.

  • Keep in mind that Interlibrary Loan typically takes between 1-5 business days to provide copies of an article (so it might not be your best option if you're operating under an approaching deadline). If you need something more quickly, feel free to email us and we'll be happy to help you find similar articles within 24 hours!
  • When submitting an ILL request, the more information you can provide, the better! If possible, please include the article/book title; the author(s); the journal title; the volume/issue; publication date; page numbers; and/or a link or DOI.