Get It @ Queen's helps you locate full-text versions of articles, books, and other library resources. It links citations (in research databases, on the web) to full-text articles, the Library Catalogue, or other related Library services.
When you see the Get It button in an online database or in Google Scholar, simply click on the button to see a menu of options to:
Articles are usually short papers on specific topics, reporting current and specific research within a discipline. Articles are available from many different types of publications, including: scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, chapters in books, conference proceedings, technical reports, trade journals, etc.
We provide extensive collections or databases of journal articles, mostly with full text online, as well as in print.
In partnership with the registrar's office and the AMS, we provide access for staff and students at Queen’s University to degree examination papers and syllabi.
The ExamBank database can help you study for your exams. The online database provides access to past exam questions from courses offered at Queen’s University. As of September 1st, 2017, all exams (including Law) are available via QSpace.
We have resources to help you with your courses. We can help you get started with your assignments, find and manage course readings and prepare for exams. For subject-specific resources, please see our Research by Subject page.
We work with researchers, learners and instructors across the disciplines to ensure they have the information resources they need.
We support teaching and research with a collection of over 11,000 videos in DVD, VHS, and online formats.
A theses or dissertation is the extended body of research produced by students for a higher degree such as a Masters of PhD or an extended essay undertaken as part of an undergraduate program of study.