Use Books & Media when you are searching for books in general or for a particular book, perhaps from a Wikipedia entry, from the References in an article or another book, or that you saw on Amazon or in a bookstore. Books are rarely available for free on the Internet, so make sure you take advantage of what the library owns. We have both e-books and "print" books.
Note: if you are looking for a book and don’t get a result at Pace, expand to Libraries Worldwide on the left. You can request any book Pace doesn't own through our InterLibrary Loan (ILL) service.
Click here for the opportunity to view databases by Subject or by Alpha by Title. It's a good idea to browse the entire list in order to start to learn what we subscribe to. Most of the articles, books, and films that the library provides access to are not free on the Internet. Also, your tuition dollars help fund the library. Overall, you'll need to become skilled in searching Google, Google Scholar, Pace University Libraries, and other websites that might be important to your major or your interests.