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Online Databases

Use electronic indexes to search for journals, magazines, newspapers, and reference books. 
Journal indexes are used to locate articles in journals and newspapers.
Articles may be searched by author, title, or subject. They are available in print and electronic form.

Indexes in electronic form are referred to as databases.


All Online Databases are available from anywhere On Campus.
Most of these databases are also available Off Campus (with a valid library barcode).
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SUBJECT access to Online Databases: click here.

Or use the Annotated A - Z list of databses.

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The following four databases provide access to full text articles: Ebsco, Infotrac, ProQuest, and Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe.

On Campus Ebsco Infotrac ProQuest Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe
Off Campus Ebsco Infotrac ProQuest Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe

New Databases:

ebrary Now Remotely Accessible!
Gale Virtual Reference Library

ProQuest Psychology Journals
MICROMEDEX Healthcare Series
American Chemical Society Journals
PsycCritiques
JSTOR
RefWorks
SAGE

 

Off Campus Database Access Instructions

Please note: only currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff may access the databases from off campus.

1. Click on the desired database link.
2. The "Remote Access Login Screen" will appear.
3. Type in your library bar code found on the back of your library card.
4. Click the "LOGIN" button.
5. At this point the requested databases should begin to load.
6. Some databases will appear in a separate browser window.

Problems?

During library operating hours, call:
1. Circulation at 718.488-1338
if you're having problems using your bar code,
or,
2. Reference at 718.780-4513
if you're having problems using the databases.
Having problems during hours when the library is closed?
Email us with the details and we will reply as promptly as possible.


Last updated by I. Wang 2/05
Long Island University Brooklyn Campus LIU Libraries