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The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Mostly full-text. Peer-reviewed/scholarly journals, reports, magazines, and newspapers. Covers a wide range of subjects.
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Full-text. Peer-reviewed/scholarly journals and reports, plus pamphlets, booklets, and original research on complementary, holistic and integrated approaches to health care and wellness.
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Mostly full-text. Articles related to computer science and technology topics from peer reviewed/scholarly journals, trade publications, and magazines.
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Mostly full-text. Includes peer reviewed/scholarly journal articles, books, and conference papers in the field of education.
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Limited full-text. Education-related reports, peer reviewed/scholarly articles, and abstracts dating back to 1966. This is the primary database for the education field.
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Mostly full-text. Peer reviewed/scholarly articles on medical and allied health topics.
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Full-text. Encyclopedia and background information on authors, literary works, and literary concepts.
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Full-text. Essays, magazine and newspaper articles, and primary source documents to help support arguments on many sides of controversial topics.
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Full-text. Provides access to peer reviewed/scholarly articles on a wide range of topics related to psychology. Sourced primarily from the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Canadian Psychological Association.
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Mostly full-text. Peer reviewed/scholarly and magazine articles on psychology and counseling topics.
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