This is a selected list of databases. The University Libraries subscribe to many more; for a complete list for the Marx Library see Articles, Indexes, Databases; for the Biomedical Library see Databases.
Academic Search Complete (EBSCO). Some full text for more academic journals
Academic OneFile (Gale/InfoTrac). Some full text for more academic journals
JSTOR: covers business, the sciences and the humanities. These journals are the back issues.
LexisNexis Academic. Most noted for newspaper articles and law reviews, but also has transcripts, wire services, court cases, federal and state laws and a good statistics database. This is also a good source for business research
Oxford Journals Online: covers life sciences, mathematics & physical sciences, medicine, social sciences, humanities, and law. Access is from 1996 - current.
Sage Journals Online: covers education, medicine, sociology, business, science and a variety of topics.
Accounting Research Manager: We only have one login, so remind students to logout when they are finished.
Business Source Premier (EBSCO): includes trade journals, country reports, industry reports and market research reports.
GeoRef: Does not have fulltext articles but links out to them.
ScienceDirect: covers physical sciences, engineering, life sciences, health sciences, social science and humanities, including business. Access is from 1995 - current.
SpringerLink: covers the sciences. Access is 1997 - current. Also includes ebooks.
Wiley Online Library: like ScienceDirect, this is not just science; it covers business, science, education, social sciences and humanities as well. Access is from 1997 - current.
Use Google Scholar through the Marx Library's web site in order to access the University Libraries' full-text resources when you are not on campus. Follow these steps:
You should now be able to connect to the full-text of subscribed University Libraries' resources if they are part of the results of your search.