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Recommended Databases

To access databases from off-campus, please click the off-campus login icon next to the database you'd like to use.

  • Academic Search Complete  Icon
    Provides full text for nearly 5,300 scholarly publications covering all academic areas of study. This is a good starting point for research.
  • Health Source : Consumer Edition  Icon
    Provides consumer health information on various topics, including general health, nutrition, sports medicine, and childcare.
  • Consumer Health Complete  Icon
    Provides convenient access to easily understandable health and medical information. Users can search and browse within medical encyclopedias, popular reference books, and magazine articles.
  • CINAHL  Icon
    Index, abstracts and full-text of the literature of nursing and allied health. This is the best choice for Nursing students.
  • MEDLINE with Full Text  Icon
    Index, abstracts and full-text of journal articles in the health sciences.
  • Business Source Complete  Icon
    Full text for over 9,500 scholarly business journals covering management, economics, finance, accounting, international business and much more.
  • Vocational & Career Collection  Icon
    Index, abstracts, and full text for 350 trade and industry related periodicals.

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Off-Campus Database Access

To access databases from off-campus, please click the off-campus login icon next to the database you'd like to use.

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