All Databases Alphabetical
Alphabetical List of All Subscribed Databases
Academic Search Complete is the world's most comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database. It contains a wide range of journal articles and other literature across virtually all academic disciplines.
This electronic resource includes about 4,000 full-text, cross-searchable books in the humanities selected by scholars for their continuing importance for research and teaching, with a particular focus on history titles.
ATLA Religion Database with Serials indexes articles and essays in religious, biblical, and theological studies.
This online archive provides access to a number of biblical archaeology journals and magazines, including photographs of archaeological and historical/biblical sites.
Business Index ASAP is a collection of academic journals and business magazines that examines management theory, economics, and business practice.
Business Insights provides company profiles, investment reports, financial overviews, performance rankings, SWOT assessments, and various other information for thousands of companies worldwide.
Canadian Business and Current Affairs (with Canadian Newsstand)
CBCA provides several databases with Canadian content. The business database indexes 440 business and industry periodicals, the reference database indexes over 760 periodicals, the education database indexes 195 periodicals, while the Current Affairs database indexes 50 newsmagazines, newspapers, and news programs . Many of the indexed publications are available in full text through the database.
Canadian Research Index provides citations and abstracts for federal, provincial, and municipal government documents, documents issued by Canadian government agencies and departments, scientific and technical report literature issued by research institutes and government laboratories, and policy, social, economic, and political reports.
Canadian Newsstand (with CBCA)
Canadian Newsstand Major Daillies provides fulltext online access to major Canadian newspapers. Canadian Newsstand Prairies provides full-text online access to many prairie newspapers.
This database focuses on Canadian journals and magazines, providing full text content for over 250 periodical titles.
This index provides citations from magazines and journals focused on church ministry and theology, many published by denominations or Christian ministry organizations. The Archibald Library has print subscriptions to many of the periodical indexed in CPI.
This database is designed specifically for high school students. It features over 15, 750 biographies, 16,000 essays, 21,000 timeline events, 500 primary source documents, and 15, 000 images, maps and flags.
This digital repository is an excellent place to find primary sources related to all aspects of Canadian history.
The online version of the Encyclopaedia Britannica also includes: Britannica Student Encyclopedia, Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia, Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, and the Britannica Internet Guide.
Expanded Academic is a multi-disciplinary database of journal articles, with over 2,000 journals not represented in other library databases.
E-books on EbscoHost (formerly NetLibrary)
This collection contains over 120,000 full-length e-books in virtually every academic discipline. The database allows for searching within the text of the books as well as title and subject searching.
This is a collection of electronic reference works from a variety of subject areas.
General Reference Center Gold provides access to the full text of many popular general interest magazines, such as Time, Newsweek, Popular Science, and many others. It is an excellent starting point for finding information on current events and happenings around the world.
The Health and Wellness Resource Center contains magazines, professional publications and reference material on a wide range of health topics and specific diseases and conditions. Please be aware that the database provides information only, and should not replace consulting with a medical professional.
The Health Reference Center Academic contains academic journals and magazines on a wide variety of health topics, including medicine,mental health, nutrition, public health, and prescription drugs.
InfoTrac Onefile is a one-stop database that provides indexing and content for a wide variety of subjects, including the humanities, social sciences, health, science, business, and general interest topics.
This tool provides international phonetic alphabet pronunciation for hundred of songs, particularly opera and classical, as well as translations into English.
JSTOR (Arts & Science I, II, III, & V)
JSTOR provides access to back issues of important journals in the arts and sciences. The library currently has access to four of their arts and science collections. Subject areas covered include: humanities, social sciences, business, music, and language.
The Literature Resource Center is a one stop database for material about authors and their works. Included are biographies of authors, overviews of their writing, and critical essays and articles about literature.
NetLibrary (now called E-books on EbscoHost)
Not sure what to read next? Novelist is designed to help you find a good book (fiction) based on books or authors you already know you like, or topics of interest.
This is the leading psychology database available. It contains the full content of every journal published by the APA, beginning with volume one for most titles.
This resource contains a number of strong reference works in religious and theological studies.
Student Edition is designed for high-school students and contains over 1100 periodical and e-book titles. The publications cover current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more.
TREN (Theological Research Exchange Network)
TREN provides access to theses and dissertations from a range of seminaries and divinity schools in North America. Contact the library for help in retrieving and unlocking digital copies of the available documents.