Includes: SIRS Researcher (general reference), Government Reporter (information by and about the U.S. government), and Renaissance (arts & humanities).
Large collection of newspaper and magazine articles, as well as a separate collection of articles from educational and other scholarly journals.
Collection of reference articles, book chapters, maps, and pictures, along with a large collection of scholarly scientific journal articles. Also includes radio/TV transcripts.
Our largest, most comprehensive database, including New York Times articles back to 1980, many regional & international newspapers, magazines, legal research, statistics, and more.
(Also includes Gale Virtual Reference Library)
Featuring literature, science and history information, including in-depth biographies, timelines, and literary criticism.
Health Reference Center, Business & Company Resource Center, Agriculture Collection and many more specific subject databases.
Identify both fiction and non-fiction books to read, read reviews, and learn more about books and authors through Author Read-alikes, Feature Articles, Book Discussion Guides, and BookTalks.
Full text poems, short stories, plays, author biographies, and criticism.
(no home access)
This database offers a broad spectrum of information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and timeframes.
ENCYCLOPEDIAS & DICTIONARIES
Explore the people, events and themes of our nation's history.
Detailed history and analysis of major wars.
Comprehensive reporting and analysis on issues in the news.
(no home access)
Covers history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 267 world entities.
SCIENCE AND HEALTH
Comprehensive health database provided by the National Library of of Medicine.