Answered By: Mary Glackin
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2015     Views: 11

We have several databases available that are good sources for information about environmental studies. To see a list of those databases recommended by the LITS liaison for environmental studies, check out the library Research Guide for environmental studies:

http://guides.mtholyoke.edu/content.php?pid=356613&sid=2916394

If you are looking for a particular database and know it's name, go to our eResources A-Z list of databases to see if we have it:

https://www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/find/eresources

Both of these lists have links on the library's main page under the the search box in the blue field at the top of the page.

If you are on campus, you should have no problem using these databases on your laptop. If you are off-campus, start your search on the LITS home page:

https://www.mtholyoke.edu/lits/

From off-campus, you will be directed to our EZProxy system and asked to login with your MHC user name and password. After logging in, you will have access to the databases for which the library has subscriptions.

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