A short (1:24) video on how to find and request print books and other physical GFU library materials
Find Print Books and Other Physical Items in the GFU Libraries
To search for GFU print books, videos, and other physical items:
The initial Primo search returns physical items along with online materials.
To limit to physical items from GFU libraries, such as print books, DVDs and print journals, look at the left side of the search results under the Availability heading and click the link "Physical Items in GFU Libraries"
Next, narrow by Resource Type such as print books from the left sidebar by clicking the link to Print Books, DVD Videos, Journals, etc.
A Primo Advanced Search allows for more nuanced searching, and limiting by material type, language, and more.
Circulation Period: GFU books circulate to students for a four-week period, with up to two renewals. Most DVDs check out for one week.
E-books and other online materials in Primo are immediately available to GFU students and staff.
To find GFU e-books:
On the Primo search results page look to the left under the Resource Type heading
Choose the eBooks link to limit results to ebooks only
Another option is to search for GFU e-books from the Primo Advanced Search page. Add your search terms, set Material Type: eBooks, Search Scope: GFU and click the Search button.
Visit our Library E-books page with info on major GFU Library e-book vendors - In addition, use the links to guides on the page to learn how to use our two largest vendors of ebooks, ProQuest Ebook Central and EBSCOhost, for downloading, printing, note taking and more.
Below are eBooks from a variety of vendors and platforms that are available through George Fox University Library's Primo site. Visit the GFU Library E-Books page to learn more about the various vendors and platforms of eBooks available through GFU Primo.
The following items may be found by searching GFU Primo. Some items are available at the Newberg campus library; others are available at the Portland Center Library. Items at the Portland Center may be requested to be sent to the Newberg campus library. Please allow 24- to 48-hours for the item to arrive at the Newberg campus.
Dissertations are great sources of original research, in addition to the research-based journal literature. Some dissertations are available full text, while others are available only in print format and must be requested through interlibrary loan. The search link below will help you locate dissertations on your general topic of interest. Contact Rodney for more information on how to obtain dissertations for review.