Up-to-date information on health, fitness, medicine and more. For healthcare professionals and students.
One stop shopping for your high school research needs. Read news articles, encyclopedia entries, listen to radio shows, and find ways to narrow your topic.
Aimed at students, law school faculty and legal researchers, this resource provides indexing for more major law reviews, legal newspapers, specialty publications, bar association journals, and international legal journals. Cites articles from 1980 to present, many of them full-text.
Read headlines and complete articles from newspapers, transcripts, newswires, blogs, podcasts, websites, and audio and video clips. Find stories published today and going back to the 1980s.
Information about recommended graphic novels. This resource is helpful for readers' advisory. It provides evaluative information about recommended titles.
Provides information on programs and finances of charities and nonprofits, news on philanthropy, and resources for donors and volunteers.
Contains articles on a wide variety of health-related subjects, including sports medicine, nursing, genetics, oncology, pediatrics and emergency medicine. Many of the articles are available in full-text.
Articles from the core journals in the field of nursing. Many articles are full-text.
A collection of materials for researching family histories, including census records and other primary sources.
Hoopla is a collection of streaming videos, comics, and music available instantly, with automatic returns and no late fees. Check out movies and TV shows for three days, music albums for seven days, and digital comics for 21 days.
Robust and diverse information on the historical experiences, cultural traditions, innovations, and political status of Indigenous Peoples in the United States and Canada through these primary sources. Explore the impact of invasion and colonization and the intersection of Indigenous and European histories and systems of knowledge using manuscripts, monographs, newspapers, photographs, motion pictures, images of artwork, and more. Made possible by The Grand Ronde Fund for Native American Collections and Programs of The Library Foundation.
This Spanish-only resource provides access to magazines and complete texts. Topics include business, health, technology, and more.
This resource provides access to a range of primary source documents from archival collections held by the American Jewish Historical Society in New York City, covering the time period of c. 1654-1954.
An archive of scholarly materials from around the world. Find articles and primary sources on art, business, education, history, law, and science.
Kanopy is a collection of streaming videos focusing on classic, documentary, and independent films available instantly, with automatic returns and no late fees.
Access practice tests, including the GED, SAT, and citizenship tests. It also includes tools to improve your job skills.
This database collects articles and information about the operation of public, professional, and school libraries.
An online platform that showcases and shares current local music for free. The goal of the Library Music Project is to help new audiences discover the wealth of today’s local music and inspire the creativity of tomorrow.
LinkedIn Learning for Libraries is an online learning platform with courses in business, software, technology, and creative skills.