Contains a range of perspectives on many important social issues and current events, with pro/con viewpoints in an interdisciplinary resource. Areas of focus include science, environmental studies, politics, business, and social sciences. Contents: Reference articles, viewpoints, infographics, news, periodical content, multimedia, and more.
Includes archival journal collections in the Arts & Sciences and Life Sciences covering language and literature, history, economics, political science, and health sciences. Contents: Full-text articles and books.
This search engine includes peer-reviewed online academic journals, books, conference proceedings, theses, technical reports, court opinions, and other scholarly literature. Contents: Citations and some full-text. Note: Few results in Google Scholar link directly to full-text.
**Google Scholar is actually a search engine and not a database, but has some great scholarly resources. Accessing Google Scholar via this link will tell you when you can get an article via the IC Library.**
Our campus subscription to The New York Times allows patrons to register for an individual account to NY Times online. Note: To access our subscription for the first time, patrons will need to claim a pass. Already have a pass? Simply go to nytimes.com and log in using your account credentials. See our guide to The New York Times for more information.
Subjects are geared towards business and marketing statistical needs, and include consumer goods, media, politics, sports, travel, and technology. Contents: Statistical information, data, infographics, and tables.