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Information Systems

Information Systems for An Information-Decision World

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Reminder: Online Access

  • Library resources require going through CWRU Single Sign-On.
  • The best method is to follow links from the library website.
  • When logged in and a browser window is not closed, access should continue from resource to resource.
  • Remember to close your browser when done.

EJournals Portal – Find An Electronic Copy

Your journal might be online – check the EJournals Portal to see where it exists. It's efficient and effective!

The Case Catalog has a thin gray menu bar of Quick Links–select EJournals:

Select Ejournals & type the journal title in the "Title begins with" field to see an online journal  its coverage:

ILLiad – If It's Not at Case or OhioLINK & You Need It

Journal article not at Case, and not online? Use ILLiad Interlibrary Loan services & request it!

KSL partners with global libraries of all types to supplement our resources for books & other item types when neither Case or OhioLINK doesn't have it. Articles are delivered electronically to your ILLiad account, via an email alert that links you directly to ILLiad.

First Time Using ILLiad?  

  • Use the gray hyperlink "First Time Users" & create a quick profile [hyperlinks are provided when information is required]
  • Your customized ILLiad page  will open. Navigate functions from left side menu: Request & View received articles,etc.


  • Open another browser tab & copy/paste information into ILLiad's fields (all asterisked fields required)
  • It's fast & easy, and brings information from around the world to your desktop

When the article arrives, you get an email directly to your account–click through, sign in. Use the left toolbar to "View" Electronically received articles. No need to delete – the article remains for 30 days & self-deletes!

Note; ILLiad is hosted in VA–you'll see a double-scroll bar on your browser. Scroll down on the the outside bar, to see the bottom of the page to Submit.

CWRU Libraries Discovery

Information Systems Journals

Discover where your favorite journals are online, via the EJournals portal,  a quick link on the Case Catalog page.  

Most journals are also available in several sources, thus providing you with more options for related research, and also backfile issues that might be within a different resource. Most of these sample titles are within databases like Business Source Complete, Computers & Applied Sciences, or in archives like OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center, or on publisher site.