|Online Databases and Articles|
Alphabetical List of All Online Articles and eBook Databases
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American Mosaic eBooks (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
A collection of eBooks covering the African American, American Indian, and Latino American histories and cultures. Also includes pop culture eBooks.
American Mosaic: American Indian Experience (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
This resource contains a variety of sources that explores the histories and cultures of American Indians in the United States.
Bloom's Literary Reference Online
Literary criticism and author biographies.
eBook Collection (EBSCO) (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
A growing collection of books covering a wide range of topics including the social and natural sciences, history, health and nutrition, and even homework help.
Global Issues in Context
Journal, magazine, and newspaper articles covering a range of global issues.
Issues & Controversies
Provides an overview and in-depth information on current issues and controversies.
Issues & Controversies in American History
Provides an overview and in-depth information on issues and controversies in American history.
Contains news articles from hundreds of U.S. regional and national newspapers, wire services, and news broadcasts.
Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
Contains essays from both supporters and critics of many controversial topics, as well as related magazine and journal articles, statistics, news items and more.
Pop Culture eBooks (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
A collection of eBooks covering various pop culture topics. Also includes eBooks on the African American, American Indian, and Latino American histories and cultures.
Salem Health Series (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
This includes the following sets: Cancer, Genetics, Magill's Medical Guide, and Psychology & Mental Health. These are in-depth and authoritative resources that cover the clinical, social, and ethical aspects of mental and physical health. These ebooks contain information on diseases, mental disorders and human behavior, genetic disorders and syndromes, current treatments, health demographics, physiology, microbiology, and more.
Worldcat (Off-campus? Go to Blackboard.)
WorldCat.org lets you search the collections of libraries in your community and thousands more around the world. It also includes a great tool for citing your resources. Look up your title and click on "Cite/Export" and select your citation style.