Use search box below to locate physical books at the Pleasant Hill or San Jose campuses.
View recorded Library quick tutorial videos and workshops. Download workshop outlines and transcripts.
Library team members are available via phone, chat, and text during hours posted on the homepage. You can also submit a question to Ask A Librarian when live assistance is not available.
Library guides provide relevant information, resources, and links on general topics and specific subjects. Start your research by browsing a LibGuide and explore specific books, databases, websites, and more!
The Library maintains access to more than 100 databases containing journals, magazines, newspapers, e-books, streaming videos, dissertations, financial data, and other information resources.
Search the JFKU Library Catalog using the search box below in order to locate items located at Pleasant Hill.
Library workshops, group sessions, and orientations are a great way to quickly become familiar with the Library and get your questions answered! Sessions provide in-depth information about using library resources and services and include the Library Orientation and Library Dissertation Toolbox. Note that all Library events are scheduled in Mountain Standard Time. Click here for a Time Zone Converter.
The Research Consultation service offers students an in-depth, personalized, one-on-one meeting with a reference librarian to discuss possible information resources and search strategies for class assignments, master’s theses, and doctoral dissertations.
Research consultations focus on:
Interlibrary loan is a lending service provided to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff. This free service allows you to request and electronically receive articles, book chapters, reports, or other resources when not available in full-text through the Library.
RefWorks is a research management tool that allows you to collect references so that you can organize them into folders, keep track of them in your papers, and produce APA-formatted bibliographies.
To create an account with RefWorks, please contact the Library.