Journal, magazine and newspaper articles are available through our various online databases. Most often, you will be searching for journal articles when using one of these resources.
For off campus access, you will need to enter your email username and password to get into the resource. As long as you leave your browser window open, you can come back to the Library website and select another resource without logging in again. Visit Library Help if you have other questions.
Ebsco – One of our largest collections of journals with general information, business, education, health, poetry, hospitality and tourism, current events and newspapers. On a smartphone? Use Ebsco Mobile. Ebsco Help Guide
Proquest – Our other largest collection of full text journal. You have access to over 18,000 scholarly journals, magazines, dissertations, newspapers, and reports covering 160 subject areas. This database contains training videos for Nursing and also is the best resource for Psychology information. Proquest Help Guide
JSTOR contains core journals in economics, history, political science, and sociology, as well as in other key fields in the humanities and social sciences. This collection contains titles in ecology, mathematics, and statistics. Overall, there are 118 titles in fifteen disciplines. Important: in order to view only results you can access, click "Search," "Advanced Search," and check the box labeled "Include only content I can access." Or, when viewing results, be sure to select "Only content I can access," as opposed to "All content." Watch the video tutorial for JSTOR. JSTOR Help Guide
Science Direct Health and Life Sciences Collection – 1,100 journal titles for the health and life sciences (medical) field. Important: be sure to click on "Search" tab, choose "Subscribed Journals" from the "Source" drop down. Watch the video tutorial for Science Direct. Science Direct Help Guide