Introducing Primo Your Search For Everything the Library Has to Offer Starts Here!

Welcome to Primo, Flyers! This is a brief primer. Check out our Primo Guide for more information.

Always sign in!

Whether on campus or off campus, signing on will allow you to personalize your searches, access full-text articles, and check your library account

Two options to sign in.

Primo puts all of your searching options in one place – no more separate catalog for I-Share items, and you can search journals by title right in Primo.

Search individual journals in the catalog and request articles when you search.

Search I-Share libraries in the catalog and request items immediately – no more separate catalog

Manage Your Library Account and Search Experience

Check on any fines, requests, and books that you have on loan.

You can also click to renew your items!

Narrow Your Results By Preferred Discipline

Select as many as you like. You can always change them later, or toggle the "Narrow by Discipline" button to turn off this feature.

How do I access my articles?

Select your item by clicking on the title. Then, click on your database of choice under "Full text availability."

You can also export the item to Refworks, print the citation, or email it to yourself. You can even copy and paste the citation in your preferred format for your references.

Can't find what you're looking for?

Expand your results by checking this box!

Refine Your Search

Don't forget you can still use all of these tools on the left side of the screen to refine your initial search.

Locate Sources within your article!

By far, one of the coolest features of Primo are the citation sources!

Click on either of these links to locate sources that have either cited this article or bring up all the articles that this article has referenced!

Need to request an article or chapter?

Click the circled link and fill out the request form as seen below.

Requests usually take 3-5 business days.

Don't forget to double check Google Scholar in case your article is available there for free!

Scroll to the bottom of the article page to check Google Scholar.

Still have questions?

Initiate a chat with a staff member and we will be happy to help in anyway we can!

Please let us know how we're doing!

Please let us know what you think! You can click this link in Primo, or you can start here!