The following research tools will help you obtain books, journals, articles, and eBooks. The Library also provides resources to help with APA citation. Whatever your research need, we have resources to help you get started.
If you have a citation and want to know if the Library has access to a particular journal, we recommend using the Find Journals tab on the Library homepage search box. Pay attention to the date range, e.g., 01/01/2007 – present. If you see 01/01/1986 – present it means we have the journal in print.
You can find eBooks through the Library’s catalog, check:
- Electronic Books under Collection,
- or Website or downloadable under Format
And, through the Library’s homepage search box using the Search Everything tab, check:
- eBooks under Source Types. You may have to click Show More.
For more help see the Library’s eBook Research Guide.
A Writer’s Handbook (pdf)
A very useful booklet for students to download and print. Contains information on how to format assignments and Integrative Master’s Projects (IMP). Also includes an APA primer.
A Guide to the Integrative Master’s Project (pdf)
Another very useful resource for students to download and print. Contains everything you need to know to get started on your IMP.
APA Citation Resources
A Bank Street requirement is that all assignments and IMPs should be referenced and cited according to APA (7th ed.). Visit our APA Citation Resources Page for more information. For further questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or swing by the reference desk and we will do our best to help you.
Interlibrary Loan Requests
Requests through EBSCO Discovery Service are easy to make. Look for “Request this item through interlibrary loan” links on database pages. If you have checked our catalog and would still like to request an item from another institution, complete our Interlibrary Loan Request Form.