USF Alumni may access the library's databases from within the Library
only. Remote access is not available due to our license agreements with
our database vendors.
Other ways to access databases:
- The San Francisco Public Library
(SFPL) subscribes to a number of databases, including Academic OneFile
and some ProQuest databases. Visit a branch of SFPL to access the
databases or apply for a library card to access databases from home.
Note: You must be a California resident to apply for a library card.
- If you don’t live in San Francisco, your local public library may provide access to databases.
- If you live near a public university or college, you should be able to access their databases on campus.
- Contact the database vendor of the database you’re interested in to see if you can purchase an individual subscription.
- Search databases freely available on the Web.
Other sources of articles online:
- FindArticles.com: Searches freely available and for purchase articles on a variety of topics, including business, from a number of sources.
Searches freely available articles on a variety of topics, including
business, from a number of sources. Free registration allows you to
mark articles for later use.
For good-quality, trusted web sites, try:
For reference assistance, try these virtual reference desks: