Remote Access to Library Resources and Services
Bass Center Updates
Due to the "Shelter in Place" order imposed for Santa Clara county on 3/16/20, the Bass Center is closed to all users.
Physical Library Materials (Books, Course reserves, etc.)
- No physical materials are available until the building reopens. Contact us for help finding alternatives.
- Due dates for all currently checked out materials have been extended indefinitely.
- Any fines incurred during this period will be waived.
- Interlibrary Loan is unavailable until the building reopens.
- Faculty and FAs can still request online items in our collection be delivered to them electronically through our Document Delivery service. Physical items cannot be delivered at this time.
In-Library Only Databases (Bloomberg, Datastream, and SDC Platinum)
- Many data resources available in these platforms are also available elsewhere. Fill out this form so we can determine what options might exist and we will get back to you shortly.
- We are actively working to come up with solutions to provide remote access to these resources and will post updates when we have them.
Popular Remote Resources
QUICK LINKS TO ONLINE LIBRARY RESOURCES
- Databases & Datasets
- eJournals (includes scholarly and trade journals, magazines, and newspapers)
- Popular magazines (Fortune, Bloomberg Businessweek, Atlantic, etc.) are available in Flipster
- Popular news sites available for free to current Stanford faculty, staff, students, include:
- Stanford does not have access to the NYT.com. You can access NYT.com through all California public libraries, or search/browse library access to plain text (no pictures/charts) New York Times articles through ProQuest or Factiva.
- If you have an article you want to read, search for it in our ProQuest New York Times Access.
- To browse today's New York Times paper or NYT.com online articles, use Factiva.
Additional GSB Resources
Library staff are available to answer questions about library resources and services, consult on research and course projects, or help find resources remotely.
Use the Ask Us form to send us an email.
Monitored from 9am-5pm Monday-Friday.
Text or Chat
Text +1 (650) 204 8111 or use the chat box.
If this service is unavailable, use the Ask Us form and we will get back to you.
Schedule a Virtual Consultation
Schedule a consultation. Meet one on one with an expert librarian to get help with your research.
Virtual consultations are available via Zoom, which works best if you use a computer so we can easily share screens.