Answered By: Chris Clouser
Last Updated: Oct 08, 2019     Views: 272

"360 Link" is the trademark name of a service we use to link users to full text that might be available in places other than the database you are using.

Put simply, if the database you're using doesn't have the full-text of the article, "360 Link" will go looking for the article full-text in other databases for you.

If there is no full text available from any of IUP's databases, "360 Link" will tell you that and will also give you links that search the title in the Library Catalog or request the article through Inter-Library Loan.

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Reference Hours

During winter break a reference librarian is available to assist you from 10am to 4pm on the following days: 

Thursday, December 17– Wednesday, December 23;  
Thursday, December 24 - Thursday, December 31; and
Monday, January 4 – Friday, January 8, 2021;


Library Hours 

In-person assistance is only available on days the library is open during the winter session. Make sure to check the Exceptions to Regular Hours before you visit!

► Exceptions to Regular Hours

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