This guide is an in-depth listing of Political Science resources available to students and faculty at the University of Minnesota.

Getting Started

Explore databases and resources relevant to research in Political Science. Use the tabs on the left to find specific types of resources, such as journal articles, books, and reference works.

Questions? Need help? Contact Jenny McBurney, Political Science Librarian (jmcburne@umn.edu) or for immediate help, click on the "24/7 Chat" button at the top of any Library website to talk to a librarian right away.

Background Information & Reference

Area Studies Guides

Off-Campus Access to Library Resources

Current University students, staff and faculty should be able to get full text and online access to the University Libraries from anywhere. Here are three ways to access the library full text from off campus.

  1. Search the University of Minnesota library website. Log in with you UMN Internet ID and password to access licensed resources.
  2. Log in using the U of M Virtual Private Network (VPN). You will need to download it to your computer from campus OIT (Office of Information Technology).
  3. Save the Libraries' Proxy Bookmarklet to your browser and click it to reload the page with your U of M login.

Accessing Full Text

When using Library resources, the FindIt link is your connection to accessing the full text of articles if a PDF link is not already visible.

This short video will show you how to get to the articles you need for your research paper or other University of Minnesota assignments. Never pay out-of-pocket for articles!

 

Last Updated: May 20, 2020 2:55 PM