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For Faculty

A guide for Everett Library services for Queens faculty


A great place to find a variety of materials is the Everett Library's OneSearch, which searches most of the books, journals, and media that we have access to.

OneSearch works like most other databases and library search tools by giving you options to build an advanced search and filter results based on different parameters, including publication date, material type, and discipline.


In addition to OneSearch, you can also search around 170 databases and other sources of information from the Everett Library website.

These include subject-specific sources like PsycINFO or the Entrepreneurship Database, as well as multidisciplinary databases like Credo Reference and Films on Demand.

Our databases contain a variety of material types, including, but not limited to:

  • Academic journal articles
  • Data
  • Ebooks
  • Streaming video and audio
  • Newspapers
  • Reference sources
  • Images

Filter databases by subject, material type, or provider. You can also search for databases by name:

A-Z Databases page with options to search or filter by subject, type, or vendor highlighted

Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan with an icon of an open bookIf the book or article you're looking for isn't available through our subscriptions or freely available online, you can request it through Interlibrary Loan.

Use this form to create a new request or check on requests you've already made.

Request Interlibrary Loan

Learn more about interlibrary loan.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

As a Queens faculty member, you have access to all of the resources available through Charlotte Mecklenburg Library (CML).

We get many of our database subscriptions, such as Kanopy and Hoopla, through our partnership with CML. You can access these resources and CML's other digital resources by using your Queens ID number (ex: q123456). Specific instructions for accessing the different platforms will vary.

You are also eligible to sign up for a physical library card at CML as a Queens employee. This will enable you to check out physical materials such as books and DVDs in addition to accessing digital resources. The closest branch to Queens is the Myers Park Library at 1361 Queens Road.

For questions about accessing CML resources, please contact your department's liaison librarian or Katie Ervin, Access Services Librarian.

Newspaper Access

As a Queens faculty member, you have access to a variety of newspaper subscriptions through Everett Library and CML.

This includes: