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Rice Alumni Digital Library

Welcome to the Rice Alumni Digital Library - Version 1.0. This resource is offered to assist in the intellectual and professional development of our alumni and allows alumni to explore online a variety of topics that may be of interest. Online research tools currently include:

Academic Complete from ebrary®

Full-text access to more than 14,500 searchable books, maps, reports, and other documents from more than 180 academic, trade, and professional publishers. Learn More.

Business, news, and science research from ProQuest®

Multiple databases provide access to: Business, Finance, and Economics: local and regional business publications; journals and company profiles; trade and industry periodicals and newsletters. ProQuest Science Journals: with titles in computers, engineering, physics, telecommunications, and transportation. Learn More.

Jstor Journals

Used by millions for research, teaching, and learning. With more than a thousand academic journals and over 1 million images, letters, and other primary sources, JSTOR is one of the world's most trusted sources for academic content. Learn More.

Liberal arts journals from Project MUSE

Project MUSE provides full-text online access to more than 300 high quality humanities, arts, and social sciences journals from 60 scholarly publishers. The complete content of each and every issue is online -- including all charts, graphics and images -- with articles available in HTML or PDF formats. Learn More.

The Rice Alumni Digital Library, provided through a collaboration between the Rice President's Office, Fondren Library, Information Technology, and the Association of Rice Alumni, will continue to evolve with expanded offerings that are responsive to the educational and professional development of our alumni. Suggestions are welcome. This service consists of licensed resources and is offered only to Rice alumni.

Digital Library Access

Use your Rice Alumni user name and password when prompted.

Fondren Library

Fondren Library provides online access to selected resources through an agreement with the Office of Alumni Affairs.

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