The library provides access to a variety of resources: scholarly research articles, magazine articles, news articles, e-books, streaming videos, and more. These resources are grouped together in different databases.
The Oxford English Dictionary provides present-day and/or historical meanings of words.
Scholarly journal (academic journal) articles provide access to expert research studies about a topic.
Explore your topic in popular magazines or newspapers which often include brief overviews written by journalists or other professional writers. Some pieces are also written by everyday citizens. These are often called opinion pieces or letters to the editor.
Explore additional library resources by explore a database grouped together by subject area.
Gale and EBSCO are examples of two vendors that provide library databases. The library purchases access to multiple databases from each of these vendors. The videos below will provide an overview of how to search each vendor's databases. Although each database might have slightly different features, they each have items in common such as a search feature, email/share, or citation help.