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Everything electronic resources!
That's our focus at the Tuttleman Library. While we have spent decades building up Judaica and Hebraica print materials, the last few have been dedicated to curating collections that you can access from anywhere, anytime. Many resources can be found on this page, but we recommend that go to our Research Guides for more information on your program or area of research.
Online subscription database access is for currently enrolled students and faculty only through their Gratz-issued email (SSO). Students have access to their library resources for the duration of their time at Gratz until graduation. Most journals are also available through SSO, but some require a separate password. This is also true of professional website, like Harvard Business Review. Contact the librarians for access.
Responsible Use of Electronic Resources
The resources provided by the Tuttleman Library are subscribed electronic resources for the use of the faculty and students of Gratz College. These resources include databases, journals, professional websites, eBooks, research tools and more.
Responsible use of these resources include:
- Non-commercial or personal research
- Scholarly research
- Course instructional materials
Faculty and Students are not permitted to:
- Share usernames and passwords
- Excessive download/print content
- Post content on social media sites or file share sites
- Plagiarize content
If you cannot access the full text of an article, send the citation to email@example.com and the library staff will try to locate it for you.