This book catalog list both books that are ont he shelf and online ebooks.
Perform a subject search using any of following terms: endangered species, extinct animals, extinction (Biology), wildlife conservation, wildlife rescue, nature conservation
The books in this database are all online.
Perform a subject search using any of the following terms: endangered species, extinct animals, habitat conservation, wildlife conservation
Public Library books.
Perform a subject search using any of the following terms: endangered animals, endangered species, rare animals, wildlife conservation
Locating and Accessing the Academic Databases
Accessing the databases on campus:
To locate our COS Academic Databases from our main homepage, hover over the 'Library' tab and select the 'Academic Databases' option. A new window will appear with a list of databases we subscribe to. If you are on campus, you may click on any of the database link or click on a link of a database on the left hand-side of the screen to began your search.
Accessing the databases off campus:
You will complete the same steps to access the databases from on campus, however, your log on username will be your Banner ID without the "@" symbol and your password will be your Date of Birth, with not zeros, and must include the slashes "/" and the full birth year. See below for example:
You may call the COS Library Reference Desk at 737-6179 during our Library hours for questions or help. In addition, you may also email your research questions to Ask a Librarian (email@example.com).
The College of the Sequoias databases contain collections of materials/information from magazines/journals, books, newspapers, and other news sources. The material includes articles, charts, graphs, statistics, videos and images.
You may use any of the subject search terms from the Books tab to search with or without your animal within each of the databases below:
endangered species, extinct animals, extinction (Biology), wildlife conservation, wildlife rescue, nature conservation, habitat conservation, rare animals