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Journals & Reference Tools
directly to the services provided below when on campus.
Click on the Library link, then click
on Magazines, Journals & Reference Tools.
on campus only
out the complete Encyclopedia of Science and Technology
online plus videos, news and more on 7000+ scientific
topics searchable by category or keywords. Find articles,
images, forumlas and charts like the Periodic Table (under
& Technical Resources
contains 1000 full-text journals as well as 11 full-text
books designed specifically for research needs of two-year
colleges and provides content in a variety of career and
technical areas including agriculture, biotechnology,
computer & data processing, cosmetology, automotive,electrical
technology, law enforcement & criminal justice, welding
For quick reference try this online encyclopedia and search
by word, phrase, or question. Search the Britannica, the
Britannica Student Encyclopedia, or Merriam Webster’s
Dictionary or thesaurus. Browse the A – Z list,
the Atlas, time periods, subject lists or the Year in
Review. Spotlights on special topics include Britannica’s
Heritage, the American Presidential Election process,
Discovering Dinosaurs, and Shakespeare’s and the
Globe: Then and Now.
Chronicle of Higher Education*
This online version of The Chronicle is full of up-to-date
information about issues affecting higher education. The
entire contents of the newspaper are posted on Monday
and updated daily. Every issue published since 1989 is
searchable. Sign up for Chronicle e-mail alerts of your
choice, including "Grant Alerts."
Plus with Full Text is the world's most comprehensive
source of full text for nursing & allied health journals,
providing full text for more than 620 journals indexed
in CINAHL. CINAHL Plus with Full Text is the definitive
research tool for all areas of nursing and allied health
Use this research tool for in-depth, non-biased
coverage of political and social issues with regular reports
on topics in health, international affairs, education,
the environment, technology and the U.S. economy.
Search this online reference service featuring over
200 full-text reference titles with over 2 million entries
from 50 highly-respected publishers integrated in a
robust search engine with many unique interactive features.
Images for art and nursing, maps and other visuals are
phone access via Entrata
EBSCOHost is a series of databases containing
bibliographic citations(8035 titles), full text articles
(4515), and peer reviewed articles (3630) for academic
research and study. Click on EBSCOHost for an annotated
list of databases and their contents. Articles are also
available in French, German, and Spanish and may be
searched by keyword, subject, publication name, and
World news is covered in this online database,
searchable by keyword, date, menu . Click on Today’s
News for quick updates during the day. World News Digest
is available for 1980 – 2003. The archives cover
the years 1940 – 1979. Special Features include
key people, issues, historic events (1940 – present),
world leaders, historic documents, country profiles
Search the following databases: ArticleFirst, ECO, ERIC,
GPO (government documents), MEDLINE, PapersFirst,, World
Almanac, WorldCat and ClasePeriodica (Index of Latin American
journals in the sciences and humanities).
contains information about 500+ years of political, military,
social and cultural history about America. History is
revealed via primary sources, timelines, images &
videos, biographies of key people, maps, charts, and explanations
of major events.
View 56 years of Harper's Weekly Magazine
for a bird's eye view ot the 19th Century in the U.S.
The text is searchable by keyword from 1857 -- 1901
with the rest in progress. Cartoons, news, literature,
editorials, and advertising help you get the picture.
World History Online
provides a detailed and comparative view of the people,
places, events, and ideas that have defined modern world
from the mid 15th century to the present through primary
sources, timelines, maps & charts, biographies, images
Lexis-Nexis is made up of five modules
of information, searchable by keywords and menu choices.
Choose News, Business, Legal Research, Medical information,
or Reference. The Lexis Nexis link is now active inside
Entrata under the Learning Resources link. To have access
to the link an Entrata user must meet the following
1) Be able to log on with a valid Entrata UserID and
2) Be an active student enrolled in the current term
or a faculty member
standard reference materials are combined in the Literary
provide author biographies, literary criticism, journal
articles, 57,000 full text poems, 14,500 full text short
stories, 8400 full text classics, author interviews, timelines,
citation tool, and a literary glossary.
Create a free user account and read an e-book at netLibrary.
Browse the book or check it out for two hours with renewal
time possible in units of two hours, unless a hold has
been placed on the title.To access off campus, set up
a free account on campus first. See the QuickStart
Guide under the Help link for more details.
English Dictionary Online
This dictionary is the authority on the evolution
of English words, giving the meaning, history, and pronunciation
of over 1/2 million words, past and present.
More than 660,000 maps, created to assist fire insurance
companies as they assessed risk associated with insuring
properties, chart the growth and development of more than
12,000 American cities.
Carli Digital Collections
Collection contains 30,000 digital images
of paintings, sculpture, and architecture, including images
from many important collections: the Prado, the Kunsthistorisches
Museum, the Uffizi, and the Louvre as well as archaeological
sites in Greece, Italy, Turkey, and Egypt. Many of the
images can be found in 19 major art history texts.
search only the Saskia Art Images, click on the "Clear
All" button at the bottom of the page and click in
the box by Saskia.
connects to over 33,000 eBooks in the Springer Medical
Collection published from 2005 -- 2010. To access books
off campus, click on register in the
left column and follow instructions to set up a free username
and password. Benefits include unlimited concurrent users,24/7
access, ability to save books and transfer them to ebook
readers and other devices for free, and "My Copy"
option, which is a black and white paperback version of
most books in this collection, for purchase from Springer
Co. for $24.90.