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What is CLIC and why should you care? CLIC Quick Facts
Cooperating Libraries In Consortium (CLIC) allows easy and quick lending between six university libraries in the Twin Cities area. Rather than being limited to the holdings at Bush Memorial Library, students, faculty and staff have access to over 2 plus million books that can be freely requested and delivered within a day or so. So when you search the Bush Library at Hamline, you are actually searching all of CLIC member libraries from: Bethel University, Concordia University - St. Paul, St. Catherine University, University of Northwestern - St. Paul, and the University of St. Thomas.
Borrow & Renew: details about circulation and how to obtain library items whether near or far
Faculty: Contact a librarian for help with links to library materials for your courses.
Provide your feedback to help us improve CLICsearch: help identify problems and tell us about your research experience.
We will have continue to have some growing pains with our new CLICsearch library system. Improvements will be ongoing. Provide your feedback.
Here are ongoing issues:
If you discover a problem with CLICsearch that isn't listed here, please feel free to provide feedback.
CLICsearch is a discovery tool that allows researchers to search much of Hamline University Library's collection simultaneously. Each search returns results from the library's catalog (formerly CLICnet) and many of the library's online resources all at once from a single search box.
Why login to CLICsearch?
Login with your Hamline computer username and password in order to:
View expanded results
Request items from other CLIC libraries
See your library account
Renew most items online (excluding ILL items from ILLiad)
Create folders with saved items and search queries
Access full text off-campus (when available)
Each item listed on the results page includes a citation for that item and links to its full-text or online version (if available) or a catalog record indicating at which CLIC library that item can be found and requested.
All of our subscription databases can be accessed and searched directly through our Databases & Articles page.
If you would like help with CLICsearch or in searching any of our individual databases, please contact a librarian.