At Bryan University, we want you to become a lifelong learner. That’s why our library is dedicated to building your information competency skills, so you can successfully navigate your academic and professional career. In it, you’ll find a wealth of resources to support your educational and information needs while simultaneously supporting the objectives of our academic programs.
Online Library Access
Bryan University provides you with seamless access to our library website and its myriad resources via the learning management system and student portal. And when you enter the Bryan Library, information abounds. Inside you’ll find full-text article databases, electronic books, and program-specific pages listing reliable web resources as well as links to relevant journal titles and electronic books. The online library includes a virtual “Ask a Librarian” service, which is available 24/7. Bryan University students can access the online library from any computer via the internet.
Resources to fit your program
Our online library provides program-specific pages that list relevant and reliable websites, e-books, and periodicals by subject. Furthermore, each program has unique resources to coincide with specific program needs including:
- Robust article databases via ProQuest Research Library, ProQuest Health Management, and LexisNexis Academic
- NBC Learn multimedia website
- Physician’s Desk Reference (PDR) electronic library
- A wide selection of supplemental electronic books
- PTontheNet, a website for fitness professionals with the newest articles, videos, audio interviews, and an exercise library
Delve into our article databases
Through the online library we provide you with access to ProQuest and LexisNexis Academic – full-text periodical databases with access to hundreds of popular and scholarly journals.
Health Management (ProQuest) – Find complete, full-text information from leading publications covering all aspects of health administration, including public health and safety, hospitals, finance, personnel management, insurance, population studies, labor relations and law.
LexisNexis Academic – The legal researcher will find full-text articles from law reviews and journals as well as comprehensive case law, while other researchers will discover full-text articles from more than 2,500 newspapers
Research Library (ProQuest) – Explore a broad range of subjects including arts, business, children, education, general interest, health, humanities, international, law, military, multicultural, psychology, sciences, social sciences, and women’s interests.
Check out our electronic books
Our electronic book library currently houses 39 monographs available to all Bryan University students in electronic format. Subjects include medical (anatomy and alternative health), medical coding, legal, fitness, career development, and academic success.
More resources at the ready
NBC Learn provides access to thousands of archived NBC News stories on video both current and past, including transcripts and references.
Physician’s Desk Reference: The PDR electronic library provides detailed search of FDA-approved drugs, nonprescription drugs, and specialized ophthalmic medicines.
PTontheNet (www.ptonthenet.com) is a web-based, comprehensive fitness library. All Bryan University AHFT students have access to their own account. The site contains articles, interviews, and videos produced by industry experts and a comprehensive exercise library designed for fitness professionals with multi-dimensional search functionality.
The Writing Center is an in-house creation featuring how-to videos and other resources for getting started and staying organized with the research and writing process, tips for conducting effective web searches, video tutorials on searching our article databases, and guidelines on citations, proofreading, and avoiding plagiarism.
Need help? We’re here for you.
When you’re looking for additional academic support or help researching a topic, we’re here for you. Our online library offers a range of resources and support, including access to our Bryan University librarians, who are available via phone or email. Our online library also includes “Ask a Librarian” chat service 24/7.Back to Top