Frequently Used Research Databases
EBSCOhost - full-text articles and citations on all subject areas, appropriate for all areas of research
JSTOR - A collection of core scholarly journals in arts, humanities, general science and social sciences dating back to the late 17th century (journals are always included from volume 1, issue 1 up to 1-5 years ago).
Films on Demand - Over 11,000 quality documentary films in a wide range of subject areas.
Gale Databases - full-text articles and citations on all subjects.
LexisNexis - Over 5,600 news, business, legal, medical and reference publications. Good resource for current news.
Reference Shelf with Credo Reference - Encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other tools for finding quick answers
Research Databases by Title or Subject
All Databases A-Z - If you are looking for a database by name (i.e. Academic Search Premier)
Databases by Subject - If you want to see which databases are best for your subject area
|Environment||Fine & Performing Arts||General|
|Health & Medicine||History||Law|
|Literature & Film||News & Mass Media||Philosophy & Religion|
|Psychology||Science & Technology||Sociology|
Search for a Journal Title
Provides a way to find scholarly research using the familiar Google interface. Look for the Full-Text@MCLA links to direct you to articles in the library's research databases. Find more information on using Google Scholar here.
From off-campus you will be prompted for a username and password to access some resources. This is your MCLANET account information, the same login you use to access FirstClass.