This guide contains a full list of resources organized alphabetically by name. Use the links below to find articles and reports in journals, newspapers, and other sources. Off-campus use requires your Microsoft username and password.
Note: If you are not searching for a topic, but instead are looking for a specific journal by name, use Full Text Journal Finder.
- Academic Search Premier
A good starting place for articles - both scholarly journals and magazines are included.
- ABI/Inform Global
Scholarly and professional business articles. There are also company profiles, SWOT analyses, business dissertations, and articles from the Wall Street Journal.
- Academic OneFile
Peer-reviewed/ scholarly articles as well as popular magazine articles on all topics.
Online encyclopedia of science and technology. Articles with references and links for further study. A good starting place for science research. Dictionary terms, biographies, images, and animations are included as well.
- ACM Digital Library
Scholarly articles about computers. The full-text of every article published by Association for Computing Machinery is included.
- African American Studies Center
Reference works, articles, primary sources, and images related to African American history and culture.
Articles on agriculture and related topics, including veterinary sciences, entomology, plant sciences, forestry, fisheries, food and environmental sciences.
Scholarly and professional articles and reports on complementary, holistic, and integrated approaches to health care and wellness.
- America: History & Life (EBSCO)
Scholarly articles on the history of the United States and Canada.
- American FactFinder
American FactFinder provides access to a wealth of data from the United States Census Bureau, including statistics and data from Census 2010.
- Annual Reviews
Lengthy literature reviews available in the areas of anthropology, sociology, and psychology.
- Association for Information Systems eLibrary
The Association for Information System Electronic Library (AISeL) is an electronic repository for the ICIS, AMCIS, ECIS, PACIS, BLED, ACIS and MWAIS conference proceedings.
A collection of images from art museums. Creating an individual account allows you to download images (for educational use) and gives you access to other tools.