WorldCat Contains over 54 million records from over 10,000 librarries, for books and other materials found in libraries across the U.S. and worldwide. You can order these books using Interlibrary Loan.
General, Newspaper, and Legal Databases
Academic Search Ultimate Robust bibliographic database with over 10,000 active full-text journals and magazines, over 9,000 active full-text peer-reviewed journals, and over 6,500 active full-text peer-reviewed journals with no embargo, in subjects including Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, Psychology, Religion, Philosophy, Science, and Technology.
JSTOR Articles from a range of subject areas, including language and literature, philosophy, African American studies, and classical studies.
OmniFile Full-Text Mega Covers several core subjects, featuring full-text articles from more than 3,000 publications, many of which are peer-reviewed. Additional coverage includes graphical content, podcasts, foreign language article translations, and downloadable mp3 and article read alouds.
Sage PremierOver 800 journals published by Sage., including journals in international relations, education, sociology, business, and more.
Newspaper Source Plus Full text for more than 1,200 newspapers, more than 40 news magazines, news from more than 130 newswires, more than 74 million full-text articles, and more than 1.7 million television and radio news transcripts.
US Major Dailies US Major Dailies provides access to the five most respected US national and regional newspapers, including The New York Times and Washington Post, co-exclusive access to The Wall Street Journal, and exclusive access to Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune.
Westlaw Campus Research Comprehensive database of resources for researching U.S. Law. Includes primary sources including case law, statutes, and regulations at the federal and state levels as well as secondary sources e.g. American Law Reports, American Jurisprudence, and over 800 law reviews.
Online Primary Source Archives
American Memory from the Library of Congress. “American Memory provides free and open access through the Internet to written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music that document the American experience.”
Fordham University’s-Internet Sourcebook. Collections of primary documents from the ancient, medieval, and modern world. Also contains special searchable collections on African, East Asian, Global, Indian, Islamic, Jewish,Science, Women’s, and LGBT History.
Avalon Project: from Yale Law School Library. Documents in Law, History,and Diplomacy. Includes major political and diplomatic documents, from BC to the present, such as: the Magna Carta, the Warsaw Pact, the Oslo Accords, and the 9/11 report.