With items spanning seven centuries, four continents and topics local to international, the Baylor University Libraries Digital Collections are among the most unique in the world. Professional historians, scholars, researchers, genealogists and passionate amateurs alike will find our collections enlightening, enriching and of the highest quality.
Make valuable research available to other researchers by establishing a community and/or collection of research which might include: conference papers, preprints, post prints, technical reports, working papers, white papers, etc.
BrowZine, an app for iOS and Android devices, organizes journal articles found in Open Access and subscription databases, unites them into complete journals,and arranges these journals -- by broad subject categories -- on a common newsstand. The result is an easy and familiar way to browse, read, and monitor scholarly journals across the disciplines of interest. Use this research guide for more information.
Contact our Collections Management and Delivery unit for assistance with building collections, identifying needed resources, completing accreditation documents, donating materials to the library, or other library collection questions.
Contact: Mike Thompson
Access hundreds of electronic resources (databases of references to articles, full text journal articles, etc.) to which the Baylor Libraries subscribe. With a valid Bear ID, these resources are also available from off-campus.
Internet2 provides Baylor with leading edge network capability to the national research community, enabling innovative Internet applications and ensuring the rapid transfer of new network services and applications to the broader Internet community.
OneSearch is a discovery resource that provides a single place to search most of the content available from the Baylor University Libraries, including:
OneSearch also helps you manage your research. Sign-in in order to:
Use this resource to identify research funding opportunities and to identify and locate researchers with interest and expertise similar to your own. For off-campus access, use the Community of Science link from the Libraries' Electronic Resources Database.
Use RefWorks to collect citations from databases and elsewhere; organize them; cite them in papers, automatically formatted for bibliography and footnotes for specific styles (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.). Use RefShare to share your RefWorks databases with others both on and off campus.
Use these services to receive tables of contents from favorite research journals or to receive regularly updated search alerts on research topics of interest. Both options are available from a wide variety or resources available through the Baylor Libraries. Contact your library liaison for more information.