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Start Your Research with Library Databases
Information for all science-related research needs. Includes reference, peer-reviewed and technical periodicals, news, and multi-media.
Full-text access to Scientific American magazine in color PDF from 1845-present.
Journal articles on life sciences, health sciences, engineering, physical sciences, social sciences and humanities.
Articles and news in biological, physical and social sciences.
Includes Nature and Scientific American archives and current issues.
Full-text of National Geographic magazine from 1888-present, plus 'People, Animals, and the World'
A full-text scholarly reference collection on all topics, containing ready-reference as well as the resources of the Oxford Companions.
The complete Encyclopedia Britannica, plus Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and Britannica Book of the Year.
Contains encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research.
Cross-search all EBSCO databases (over 30); magazines, journals, news and primary sources, and media, covering multi-disciplinary topics.
Over 300 educational films and documentaries about astronomy.
Offers more than 500 astronomy videos.
Educational video-clips averaging 3-5 min. duration; closed-captioned. To view astronomy films, in the box marked "Discipline" scroll down then click "Astronomy".
Provides 182+ documentaries and films on astronomy.