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A-Z list of Databases

  • ABI/INFORM Complete  
      
    Search all three of the ABI/Inform databases at the same time. You lose some of the specialized search features that are particular to each database.
  • ABI/Inform Dateline  
      
    A collection of local & business news sources that provide detailed information on private and small companies.
  • ABI/INFORM Global  
      
    A collection of scholarly journals and mainstream publications focusing on business management theory and practice. Includes Wall Street Journal.
  • ABI/INFORM Trade & Industry  
      
    Business articles focused on particular trades and industries such as insurance, banking, manufacturing, and more.
  • Academic OneFile  
      
    Academic OneFile has the full-text of a few million of articles from all domains of knowledge.
  • Academic Search Premier  
      
    Academic Search Premier is the largest database to which Jessup subscribes; it has millions of articles from all domains of knowledge.
  • Alexander Street Academic Video Online Premier  
      
    This is a collection of over 20,000 educational videos from all domains of knowledge. It includes March of Time.
  • Alexander Street Music and Performing Arts Collection
    Alexander Street's Music and Performing Arts Collection includes over 4,000 videos of theater, dance, and music performances. Including the acclaimed performance
  • ArchiveGrid  
      
    Good source for finding primary source materials for history and archaeology at museums and libraries.
  • ArticleFirst  
      
    ArticleFirst is a search interface that can link you to the articles you need. It searches descriptions of 23 million articles from all domains of learning.
  • ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials  
      
    ATLA is the main online resource for researching religion and theology.
  • Business and Company Resource Center  
      
    This business research tool provides up-to-date case studies, investment research, and company research.
  • Business Source Elite  
      
    Business Source Elite is the Premier Business Database providing access to a wide variety of scholarly and trade business publications including full-text of Harvard Business Review from 1984 to present.
  • CAMIO: Catalog of Art Museum Images Online  
      
    High quality image search engine that contains art images from digitized museum collections.
  • CashCourse.org
    The information here will help you make informed financial decisions throughout your college years and into your professional life.
  • Christian Periodical Index  
      
    Christian Periodical Index, provides indexing for evangelical Christian journals and magazines providing both article and review indexing. Current indexing includes over 140 titles back to 1976.
  • Clase and PeriĆ³dica  
      
    Helps you find Latin American journals in the sciences (PeriĆ³dica) and humanities (Clase).
  • Ebrary eBooks  
      
    This search engine exclusively searches Ebrary's collection of 110,000 eBooks.
  • EBSCO Discovery Service  
      
    EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) searches everything the library owns a the same time.
  • EBSCO ebooks
    Search over 120,000 ebooks that the library subscribes to through EBSCO.
  • Education Research Complete  
      
    Our largest and most complete collection of full-text education periodicals.
  • Electronic Collections Online  
      
    ECO searches and links to the WJU's online journal subscriptions.
  • Encyclopedia Britannica Academic Online  
      
    This general purpose encyclopedia is a great place to begin your research and obtain the background knowledge that will make your research process go quicker.
  • ERIC: Education Resource Information Clearinghouse  
      
    ERIC is a clearinghouse of government sponsored research on education practice, curricula, and related subjects.
  • Films on Demand  
      
    Films on Demand is a well organized collection of several thousand educational films on history, business, the humanities, psychology, science, and careers.
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library  
      
    Nearly 400 specialized reference eBooks on all academic subjects to dig deeper into the background information.
  • GPO Monthly Catalog  
      
    While this search engine does not contain the full-text of federal government documents, it is the gateway to finding those papers in print or electronic format.
  • GREENfile  
      
    GreenFILE offers well-researched information covering scientific, business, and political aspects of human impact to the environment.
  • Health Source - Consumer Edition  
      
    Best source for personal health information in the WJU library.
  • Health Source - Nursing/Academic Edition  
      
    Best source for nursing and allied health in the WJU library.
  • History Resource Center -- World  
      
    This is a heavily-hyperlinked set of primary and secondary world history documents.
  • Humanities E-Book from the American Council of Learned Societies  
      
    Humanities E-Book is a collection of eBooks selected by subject experts in the humanities for its lasting impact on their field.
  • Lexis-Nexis
    Lexis-Nexis provides access to an accurate, reliable, and expansive collection of news, legal, public records, and regulatory content.
  • Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts  
      
    Includes a vast amount of articles pertinent to educators, especially in regards to reading literacy and information literacy.
  • MAS Ultra - School Edition  
      
    MAS Ultra - School Edition is a comprehensive database designed specifically for high school libraries. Teacher Education Students will find it helpful for finding age appropriate materials.
  • MEDLINE/PubMed
    MEDLINE/PubMed is a freely available index of medical and biological journal articles. It includes virtually no full-text. However, full-text is often available through the WJU Library. When it is, there will be a link on the page under the section that says "Link Out."
  • Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests In Print  
      
    Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests In Print provides a complete bibliography and evaluation of all known psychological tests in the english language.
  • Military and Government Collection  
      
    Covering all branches of Military and Government with indexing and full text of hundreds of prominent academic journals and trade periodicals.
  • Naxos Streaming Music Library  
      
    Naxos is a streaming music library that contains 550,000 tracks of Classical, world, folk, and jazz music.
  • Newspaper Source  
      
    Newspaper Source provides cover-to-cover full text for more than 40 (U.S.) & international newspapers. The database also contains selective full text for 389 regional (U.S.) newspapers. In addition, full text television & radio news transcripts are also provided. Important resource for Journalism and Public Policy courses.
  • OAIster (pronounced 'Oyster')  
      
    This is a great research tool for History and Archaeology students that need to find primary source material from archives.
  • OCLC eBooks  
      
    OCLC eBooks is a collection of eBooks accessible through the world's libraries. Covers many subjects and offers both scholarly and popular titles.
  • OmniFile Full-Text Select  
      
    OmniFile is a social sciences and humanities database that only contains full-text articles.
  • Oxford Biblical Studies Online  
      
    Oxford Biblical Studies Online combines 6 versions of the Bible including Apocrypha, a 5,000 entry Bible encyclopedia, bible Atlas, concordances, and a one-volume commentary on the Bible all in one platform.
  • Oxford English Dictionary  
      
    Oxford English Dictionary is a historical dictionary covering all the ways in which a particular word has been commonly used. It is the longtime standard reference on the English language.
  • Oxford Handbooks in Religion  
      
    Oxford Handbooks in Religion offer thorough introductions to topics in religion and extensive referencing to further reading.
  • Pacific Historical Review  
      
    Pacific Historical Review is an academic journal that covers advances in the history of the west. It is published by the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association.
  • PapersFirst  
      
    PapersFirst covers every published congress, symposium, conference, exposition, workshop and meeting received by The British Library since 1993. Includes over 1.9 million papers.
  • PQDT Open  
      
    With PQDT Open, you can read the full text of open access dissertations and theses free of charge
  • Primary Search  
      
    Primary Search is for teachers to find age appropriate reading materials from 80 of the most popular magazines plus Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia. Everything is graded by Lexile reading level indicator.
  • ProceedingsFirst  
      
    ProceedingsFirst covers every published congress, symposium, conference, exposition, workshop and meeting received by The British Library since 1993. Includes over Over 192,000 items.
  • PsychARTICLES  
      
    PsychARTICLES, a full-text database of journals published by the APA, is the quick stop for psychology students who need to find just a few journal articles.
  • PsychINFO  
      
    PsychINFO, from the American Psychological Association (APA), has descriptions of psychology articles and books going back to the 1800's. It contains everything that is in PsychArticles plus there are links to additional full-text articles that are in our other databases. Go here if your research needs to be comprehensive.
  • Rand California  
      
    This resource offers research reports and raw statistics about California public policy issues.
  • RDS Business Suite  
      
    This suite of business research tools provides company profiles, management theory, and statistical data.
  • Regional Business News  
      
    Regional Business News provides comprehensive full text for regional U.S. and Canadian business publications including titles from Crain Communications and Sacramento Business Journal. Regional Business News has full text for nearly 100 sources. Updated Daily.
  • SPORTDiscus  
      
    SPORTDiscus is a database of academic journals focused on Kinesiology, Sports Medicine, and closely related disciplines.
  • World Almanacs  
      
    This site combines several atlases and biographical resources to create a single source for geographical & political background information.
  • WorldCat: Search library holdings worldwide  
      
    Find what you want in a library near you. WorldCat is a website that searches libraries worldwide.

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