Please use your 'R number' on your Rhodes State College student ID to log in to these resources. It must include the capital 'R' at the beginning. Example: R0004567
The OhioLINK 'Electronic Journal Center' (or EJC for short) is a great place to start diving deeper if you want to start doing more advanced research using electronic journals.
The OhioLINK Electronic Book Center ('EBC') is a great resource for finding and accessing full-text e-books on your computer.
In the OhioLINK Digital Resource Commons ('DRC'), you'll find access to a variety of multimedia resources. From famous works of art to instructional videos, the DRC has great resources on a wide variety of topics.
The Lima Campus Library belongs to OhioLINK, the network of Ohio college, university, community and technical college libraries. Items that are unavailable in Lima can frequently be obtained from OhioLINK.
Tip: When logging into OhioLINK, you must use the 'R' number on your Rhodes ID. The number will begin with a capital 'R', for example: "R0004567".
Need help with OhioLink? Check out the FAQ page.
Search OhioLINK Catalog:
OhioLINK not enough? Need to search the entire world? WorldCat is the place to go.
If you are IN A LAB, please click here to log in to Academic Search Complete and search for articles.
If you are OFF CAMPUS or IN THE LIBRARY, please click here to log in to Academic Search Complete and search for articles. Use your R number (with the capital R included) as your password when prompted.
Please use your R number (with the capital R included) as your password when prompted.
(When selecting your institution, be sure to select Rhodes State College)
We have more than just Academic Search Complete to help you with your research needs. Above, you'll see a link that will take you to a complete list of your databases. And don't forget, you can organize them by subject too! If you want, you can see just Nursing databases, or only Literature databases. That can be a huge help for doing in-depth research in your field.
Feel free to explore, and remember: Contact a librarian if you have any questions at all.