Some of the Library's more popular databases organized by subject
Last Updated: Nov 15, 2013
Choose one of the Library's more general databases if you are unsure where to start.
- Academic OneFile
(Gale) Extensive coverage of the physical sciences, technology, medicine, social sciences, the arts, theology, literature and other subjects. Millions of articles available in both PDF and HTML full-text with no restrictions, researchers are able to find accurate information quickly. Includes full-text coverage of the New York Times back to 1995. Updated daily.
- Academic Search Complete
(Ebsco) Covering most areas of academic study, this scholarly, multidisciplinary database contains more than 6,100 full-text periodicals.
- CQ Researcher
Covers a wide range of social, economic, political, and environmental issues. Each report is divided into specific sections to guide research. A new in-depth report, featuring a current topic in the news, appears each week.
- JSTOR Arts & Sciences I Archive Collection
JSTOR provides access to essential scholarly journals in many academic fields, especially arts, literature, humanities, history and biology.
- OmniFile Full Text Mega (H.W. Wilson)
(Ebsco) A collection of online indexes to journal and magazine articles. Search by subject, author, or keyword in one or several databases from 1982 - present. Nearly half of the articles are full text. Database indexes cover topics in art, business, education, literature, science, humanities, social sciences, and more.
- Points of View Reference Center
This full text database is designed to provide students with a series of essays that present multiple sides of a current issue. The database contains 255 topics, each with an overview, point, counterpoint and Critical Thinking Guide.
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