Answered By: Carlee Philpot
Last Updated: Mar 14, 2024     Views: 910


Find out what information CNM Libraries has on your topic or subject of interest by:


  1. Searching in the search box on the CNM Libraries Homepage.  

*For help using the CNM Libraries Catalog, see the OneSearch Tutorial Research Guide



Search box on CNM Libraries Home Page


*This is CNM Libraries' online library catalog, a.k.a. WorldCat Discovery or OneSearch


  • Find materials available in CNM Libraries such as articles, books, e-books, films, and videos (including many items through many of our databases!)
  • View what other libraries have on your topic that you can request through ILL or NMCAL's Passport Program




  1. Browse our eResources & Databases page to find a database and search in that database.

*For help using CNM Libraries databases, see the Using Library eResources Research Guide



Find databases by:

  • Subject (for ex., PSYC-Psychology or Career)
  • Database Type (for ex., databases best for finding news articles or popular sources, databases best for finding films, and databases best for finding peer-reviewed, academic, or scholarly articles)
  • Vendor/Provider (for ex., EBSCO or Gale)




*For general research help, see the How To Use The Library Research Guide.




Or browse the Subject List page or subjects below to learn about research guides, databases, and your Subject Expert Librarian who can help you with research in your current subject!