Answered By: ask crisslibrary Last Updated: May 06, 2015 Views: 6
Yes, we have online access to Mental Measurements Yearbook by Buros. You can access it through a couple of locations on the library website.
1. On the left side of the library homepage, there's an option for Find Articles, Databases and Journals. Click on that and it should open to show a link to the Database A-Z list. On that list, just click on M and scroll down until you find the link to Mental Measurements Yearbook.
2. Below the link to the Database A-Z list, there is also a link to Research Guides. Click on that and then there is another Research Guide link. Click on the 2nd Research Guide link. There you can find the Psychology Research Guide which has a tab marked "Test Reviews & Directories" A link to MMY is there. I mention this guide because it also has a link to PsycTests from the APA that might be of interest to you if you're looking at instruments.
One note - just this week the library switched to a new off campus login system. If you haven't logged in this week, you'll probably have to create a new login and password. It's a quick process, but there is one confusing part. One of the last steps asks for a user name - what it really wants is your UNO ID#. For some reason, they are having problems fixing that screen.
If you have trouble, please let us know.
In person: Make an appointment with a Research Librarian.