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A-Z Databases

Find the best library databases for your research.

General Databases

Don't know which database to choose?  The databases listed below are very good general resources that should help you get started with any topic.

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New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
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Literature Resource Center, Twayne’s Authors Series, and Scribner Writers Series have all been integrated into Artemis Literary Sources, enabling researchers, faculty, and students to search
across literary criticisms, original works, biographies, reviews, and more, in order to discover and analyze content in entirely new ways.
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trial ends 2/15/2016
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Drama Online contains many hundreds of plays from the very earliest Greek works right up to the present day. In addition there are background and contextual works on playwrights, theatre movements, genres, practitioners and periods, as well as scholarly monographs, major reference works, dictionary content, practical books on acting and stage craft, and over five hundred theatre production stills from the Victoria and Albert Museum Performance collection.
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Embase includes six million+ records and 2,900+ journals that are not covered by MEDLINE including international journals. Over 30 million abstracts and indices from published, peer-reviewed biomedical literature, in-press publications and conferences are available on Embase. Full-text indexing of drug, disease and medical device data, supported by the Embase thesaurus Emtree, facilitates precise searching.
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A collection of legal titles containing over 70 million pages in PDF format. Titles include the Law Journal Library, English Reports, American Law Institute Library, and many others.
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To access the library’s NYTimes.com subscription, you’ll need to sign up for an account while you’re on campus. Choose “Create an Account” once you've clicked on the link above. We recommend that you use your Belmont email address just in case you ever have trouble with your password. Once you’ve created your account, you can access NYTimes.com from anywhere, including via the NYTimes mobile apps!
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