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Articles you need not at MIT?

Use the Interlibrary Borrowing Service to order articles and other items not available at MIT.

Access to MIT resources from anywhere

Access MIT Library resources from off campus or direct a web page to reload through the Libraries proxy server.

  • LibX
    A browser add-on to direct pages through the MIT proxy server, and more!
  • Connect from on and off-campus
    Provides instructions to several ways to access Libraries content, including VPN or inserting the proxy string.


Getting started - BartonPlus


  • Barton, the MIT Libraries Catalog - to see what is owned by MIT
  • E-Books - search just e-books at MIT
  • MIT's WorldCat - to see what is owned by other libraries

Electronic journals and databases

Article databases - management & engineering

Article databases - other topics

Company research

  • OneSource - Directory of 20+ million U.S. and international companies.
  • Mergent Intellect - Replaces Hoover's.  Information on 90+ million companies worldwide.
  • Reference USA - Searchable directory of 24+ million public and private U.S. companies.
Industry & market research



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