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Databases by Subject

What is a database?
A database is a collection of articles from books, newspapers, magazines, journals and other sources available via computer. A database eliminates the need to retain paper copies of these items.

 Search multiple sources for  magazine and journal articles:
Art

SIRS Renaissance

Health

Health & Wellness Resource
Center

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 Enterprise Catalog Search
Auto Repair

Chilton Library

Business and Foundations

Health Reference Center Academic

MedlinePlus (free version)

Nursing Resource Center

Business Decision

Business Insights: Essentials

Gale Directory Library

General Businessfile ASAP

Small Business Resource Center

Education

ERIC (free version)

Learning Express Library

WorldCat (free version)

Genealogy and Biography

Biography & Genealogy Master
Index

Heritage Quest Online

Michigana (Sabin Collection)

General Research

Academic Onefile

Expanded Academic ASAP

Gale Virtual Reference Library

General Onefile

General Reference Center Gold

Infotrac Newsstand

Job and Career Accelerator

Lansing State Journal

New York Times

OAISTER (free version)

SLC Digital Media Archive

Languages

Informe!En Espanol

Law

FDSys (Federal Digital System)

LegalForms

LegalTrac

Literature

Books & Authors

eBooks On EBSCOhost

Michigan Authors and Illustrators

Science and Technology

Computer Database

Juvenile and Young Adult

BookFlix

CultureGrams

Early World of Learning

eBook K-8 Collection

eLibrary

eLibrary Elementary

Enciclopedia Estudiantil Hallazgos

Infotrac Junior Edition

Infotrac Student Edition

Kids Infobits

Novelist K-8 Plus

Opposing Viewpoints in Context

SIRS Discoverer Deluxe

WorldBook Kids

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