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These online collections of sources offer both scholarly and popular articles across disciplines and organized in alphabetical order. Many of which can be accessed remotely from off-campus with your Iona username and password.
Our online catalog offers access to the Iona College Libraries' collections and other libraries' holdings in multiple formats.
Subject-specific guides across departments are available to aid students in their research process.
Citations not only point to the bibliography (or sources) consulted in a research paper, but also give credit to an original author or creator whose work was referenced. Both citations and bibliographies are essential components in an academic paper and there are several formatting styles.
Originally published in 1941 as The Iona Pinnacle, The Ionian is a bi-monthly newspaper focused on events of interest to New Rochelle and The Iona Community. Back issue cover 1941 through May 8, 2014.
Instructors may place items on reserve to ensure all enrolled students have access to the material. Search reserves by course or item title.
A primary source is a document which was written as a first-hand account during a time period under investigation. This first-hand experience of the event is the basis for all later interpretations.
Streaming online video content can complement a traditional lecture course. The technology also offers distance learning and hybrid students the ability to access valuable content remotely.
The collections housed in the Archives Room consist of Iona College archives and books of special value. These items include rare and archival materials, signed copies, and publications by Iona College faculty.
Breaking news, Pulitzer-winning stories, and visually compelling multimedia is now available on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone courtesy of Iona College Libraries.