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Subscription Databases

To complement the hard copies of this publication housed in the library media center, this internet database provides factual information about a country's land, people,history, government, political conditions, economy and its relations with other countries and the United States.

Provides complete biographical and bibliographical information and references about more than 120,000 U.S. and international authors.

Access timely critical analysis of key literary works in a comprehensive and convenient online format.  Literary researchers will use this Internet service to: access biographical/critical introductions to major and new authors, and find full-text criticism on major literary works.

Quick reference source for spelling and pronunciation.

EBSCOhost is an advanced online reference system that offers immediate access to a variety of full text magazines designed specifically for schools.  2,000 full text titles are currently offered with coverage dating back to 1990 for many titles.

Facts on File On-line databases are interdisciplinary, interactive databases on a wide range of subjects, such as American history, science, multicultural studies, women's studies, geography, and careers.  Instructors can use On Files(TM) On-line for handouts, overheads, posters and testing.  Students can use OnFiles(TM) On-line as quick sources of information to supplement their essays and reports.

Experience the e-book format from a library that's always open!  24/7 access to renowned reference titles in a multitude of subject areas.

JSTOR
A growing, digital library for academic research: journals, books, and primary sources.

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, maps, manuscripts and photographs available.

An easy-to-use, authoritative reference source of medical information suitable for student research.

Plot synopsis and critical evaluation of the most important works of world literature.

A fiction database of over 120,000 titles that allows you to search by favorite author, title or genre for more titles of the same interest.  This program contains annotations, book reviews and book discussion guides to aid you in understanding and enjoying your novel of choice.

"...a complete one-stop source for information on social issues.  Access viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, links to websites, and full-text magazine and newspaper articles."

SIRS (Social Issues Resources Series) Researcher contains thousands of full-text articles exploring social, scientific, health, historic, business, economic, political and global issues.  Articles and graphics are from more than 1,200 domestic and international newspapers, magazines, journals and U.S. government publications.

Safeguard your academic integrity by using Turnitin to check for improper citation or potential plagiarism.