DragonQuest can be located in any Find Library Resources box throughout the library's web site.
You can also enter DragonQuest to conduct a search by following the DragonQuest link in this tutorial:
The “Find Library Resources” box contains five different tabs which allow you to change your search based on the specific type of resource you need. The following image shows the full “Find Library Resources” box on the library’s website:
The five tab options are:
The “Find Library Resources” block includes several search options which can help you determine the scope of the materials you find on the DragonQuest tab. The following image shows these options as they appear below the DragonQuest search box on a computer screen:
These options are:
DragonQuest is composed of hundreds of individual databases on a variety of subjects. Some databases are discipline-specific, while others contain a large selection of different topics from a variety of disciplines. View our full A to Z Databases list to see the full collection of databases.
Different databases have a variety of features and layouts. We recommend that you browse through our selection of Database Tutorials if you need assistance navigating a specific database.
Off-site users must sign in before accessing DragonQuest. Sign-in credentials are the same information you use to access other University services, such as Moodle.
Once signed in, you are authorized to access our resources until either you are timed out by your browser (roughly 30 minutes to 1 hour of inactivity) or you close out of your browser window. If your session times out, you can sign back in as many times as needed.
If you have difficulty signing in, we recommend viewing our Off-Campus Access page for further information.