Check out the over 200 databases and 100 library guides on the new TJU Libraries Guides Site

Say hello to the new Thomas Jefferson University Libraries Guides website! This site includes all guides from both the Gutman and Scott libraries, previously on separate websites. Check out the new library guides site: jefflibraries.libguides.com.

Library guides, sometimes referred to as research guides, are pages devoted to a specific topic, tool, or course. On a guide, you can easily find library resources like eBooks, databases, and journals related to that particular subject, course, or topic. Examples of library guides include “Open Access Publishing,” “Anatomy,” “Fashion Design,” and “Citation Management Tools.”

There are a few ways you can explore library guides on the new site.  

1: Browse the complete list of guides by selecting the “ALL GUIDES” button on the homepage. A list of all guides will appear in alphabetical order.

2: Find a specific guide by searching for a keyword, database, or topic in the search box in the upper right-hand corner.

3: Check out guides grouped into specific categories by selecting the “BY SUBJECT” or “BY TYPE” buttons.

In addition to the guides, check out the expanded A-Z Database list. Thomas Jefferson University Libraries offers you access to over 240 databases, now all conveniently accessible from this site.

Databases cover a range of topics, including:

Accounting and economics
Animation
Architecture and sustainable design
Climate change and renewable energy
Drug information
Fashion and textile manufacturing
Foreign languages

Genetics
Healthcare research and health information technology  
International newspapers
Physical therapy
Social and environmental justice

Check out our library guides and databases now. We hope you enjoy the new site!