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  • Millions of peer-reviewed full text articles in all disciplines.

  • The most multi-disciplinary and general full-text periodicals database. Contains the full text of approx. 3,500 journals, with indexing going back to the mid 1970's on some titles. Updated daily.

  • Full text historical collections including period newspapers and magazines from the 18th century to the early 20th century in the United States.

  • An online collection of over 3,300 fully searchable high quality ebooks in the humanities.

  • Full text of journals of the Assoc. for Computing Machinery.

  • Full text of over 400 books plus primary sources, slave narratives, images and vetted web sites on the African American Experience.

  • Covering 1816-1922, newspapers, magazines, reports and annuals documenting African American religious life and culture.

  • Compilation of information on non-human primates worldwide. Requires the use of Microsoft’s Silverlight (free) which works in Firefox, Explorer and Safari only, and the browser’s pop-up blocker must be turned off.

    User Limit: 20
  • Full-text of alternative and independent newspapers, magazines and newsletters, beginning 1995. Updated monthly.

  • Full text of the 10th ed. of the AMA Manual of Style with updates and additional features.

  • Indexes and abstracts to journal articles, books and dissertations on the history of the United States and Canada. The citations are from 1964 to present, and the database is updated monthly.

  • Full-text of 25 journals of the American Chemical Society.

  • Electronic access to the print index, Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities.

  • Population, housing, economic and geographic data from the Census Bureau.

  • Full-text of the AIP journals to which we subscribe.

  • Audio database of music from America’s past.

  • Full-text biographical information of over 17,500 notable American men and women who are no longer living. Updated quarterly, illustrated, with links to other web resources.

  • Full-text of APS journals to which we subscribe.

  • 730 early American newspapers focusing largely on the 18th and early 19th centuries.

  • Annual international index covering all aspects of Greco-Roman antiquity from Prehistory to 800 A.D. Coverage begins with 1969. Subjects include Greek and Roman history, literature, art, philosophy, archaeology, religion, law, music, science and more.

  • Important texts in anthropology including ethnographies, field notes, memoirs and previously unpublished material from archives.

  • Combined indexes on anthropology, archaeology and related interdisciplinary research from Harvard's Tozzer Library and the Royal Anthropological Institute.

    User Limit: 4
  • Full text of APA ebooks published 2008 – present.

  • This resource is provided by the American Psychological Association. For a more in depth website, please use the APA section at Purdue University's OWL [Online Writing Lab]. We also have the print copy of the APA manual kept at the reference desk and on reserve at all of our libraries.

  • Full-text resource for coverage of the research and development of the applied sciences and computing disciplines with coverage back to 1913.

  • Index, with abstracts, to the journal literature supporting the caring profession - health, social services, psychology, sociology, economics, politics, race relations and education.

  • An archive of documents chronicling the LGBTQ experience in the 2nd half of the twentieth century. It includes newsletters, newspapers and periodicals, archives from LGBTQ rights organizations worldwide, government and medical responses to the AIDS crisis and more.

  • Index to articles in journals, museum bulletins and yearbooks on fine and applied arts, including architecture and archaeology; also indexes art reproductions appearing in periodicals. The majority of the articles are in English but some European languages are included.

  • Index to articles in journals, museum bulletins and yearbooks on fine and applied arts, including architecture and archaeology; also indexes art reproductions appearing in periodicals. The majority of the articles are in English but some European languages are included.

  • Digital collection of art images and multimedia from museum collections.

  • Gale's integrated research platform for their primary resources. It searches multiple primary source databases at once with workflow tools to analyze information.

  • Multidisciplinary index to research journals in the arts and humanities, including television and radio. 1975 to present.

  • ARTstor is a repository of hundreds of thousands of digital images and related data.

  • Index compiled by the American Theological Library Association to books and periodicals covering all aspects of religion and related topics.