Module One


The item in the Find menu that you will probably use the most is Databases. The library subscribes to many databases which are invaluable tools for your research. Learning what kind of information they contain and how to use them will put a world of information at your fingertips. Take a look at the abbreviated list below. See the library website for the complete list and check back often for new additions.

  • Ancestry Library
  • Biography Reference Bank
  • Business Expert Press
  • Checkpoint (AICPA, FASB, GAAP, IASB, and RIA)
  • Chronicle of Higher Education
  • Counseling and Psychotherapy Transcripts, Client Narratives and Reference Works
  • CQ Researcher
  • Credo Reference
  • D&B Hoovers Business Browser
  • Demographics Now
  • Digital National Security Archive
  • EBSCOhost Databases
  • Films on Demand
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
  • GrantSelect
  • Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDE)
  • Human Resources Library
  • JSTOR Business Collection
  • Key Business Ratios
  • NexisUni (formerly LexisNexis)
  • MasterFILE Complete
  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context
  • Oxford Reference Online
  • ProQuest Databases
  • PsycBOOKS
  • Salem Databases; Health, History, LIterature, and Science
  • Small Business Reference Center
  • Statista
  • Value Line Investment Research
  • WestlawNext
  • Writer's Reference Center

Use the library databases and get connected to a world of information!


Don't be intimidated by the long list of databases.

The library has how-to guides and video tutorials for many of the databases.

Most Popular Databases

These large multidisciplinary databases contain thousands of journal articles on all subjects.



Databases by Subject

Many other databases are subject specific. To find them, go to the Databases page, under By Subject click on View All. Then choose one of the subject areas to see a list of recommended databases for that subject.

See the next page for suggestions of which databases to use to best suit your needs.

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