For the principle Off-Campus, Continuing Studies, and Graduate programs, see these Subject Research Guides for relevant article databases and other e-resources:
For additional article databases and other e-resources in many subject fields, see our Research Guides main page for:
following a database name means off-campus access requires login authentication using your regular Whitworth username and password.
Commuter Waiting For Transport [Cropped], Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Photograph. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 25 Oct 2011.
1. Visit the Whitworth Library on campus and mine the wealth of our collections! See Hours.
3. Borrow books from your public library, or visit another academic or public library in your area. For directories of libraries in the Spokane area, the Northwest, and nationwide, see our Other Libraries web page. Most libraries are freely accessible to visitors and allow use of their materials on site.
Not all information is online, and many scholarly sources on the web aren't free, therefore can't be Googled. But Google Scholar can help you find many of the web's most substantial and reliable free resources:
Use these special Google search engines for news and images: