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Last Updated: May 1, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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The Thrift Library emails six or more newsletters during the regular school year noting new resources, trial databases, achievements, etc.

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Thrift Library Blog - Covers what's new in the library, recommended reading lists, and the Archives and Special Collections. 

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    The Anderson University Thrift Library offers a variety of resources for use by online students and faculty.  From off campus, students and faculty may access our databases and eBook collections.  Currently, we have 150 databases and over 225,000 eBooks.

    Of course, students taking online classes are always welcome to come to campus to use the Thrift Library.

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