Includes Academic Search, JSTOR, and ABI / Inform (interdisciplinary databases). Also includes citation management software RefWorks. To access these databases, register with the Duke Alumni Directory. Then click on "Research Resources."
Access to the Library and Resources
Duke Alumni are welcome to visit the Library for direct access to print and electronic resources. Identification is not required to enter the Library during weekdays before 6pm. You must request access to the building for evening and weekend access using this form. Once approved, access during evenings and weekends requires display of a Duke Alumni Card via the Duke Alumni app (and a picture ID). Books may be checked out in person at the Library with display of a Duke Alumni Card via the Duke Alumni app (and a picture ID).
Includes answers to reference questions, database searching, online tutorials, and in-person classes. For additional information, call 919.660.1100 or email email@example.com
Document Delivery Services
We can help you figure out your options for obtaining copies of journal articles from nearby libraries, call 919.660.1138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical Center Archives
To access photographs, papers, oral histories, and memorabilia documenting the history of Duke Medicine, contact the Medical Center Archives at 919.383.2653 or email email@example.com
Duke University Medical Center Archives
Alumni have access to the DUMC Archives, which holds photographs, papers, oral histories, and memorabilia documenting the history of Duke Medicine. Materials are accessible in the Medical Center Archives reading room, located at 1408-A Christian Avenue, Durham, NC on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is strongly recommended that you contact the Archives at least 24 hours before your visit so that the staff can have materials ready for you when you arrive. The phone number is 919-383-2653, and the email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.