Library Databases

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A-Z Databases

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Popular Databases

Academic Search Ultimate

General collection of full-text articles from journals, magazines, and newspapers in most academic subjects. Search results can be limited to full text and scholarly (peer reviewed) journals.

Mountain West Digital Library

Over 563 collections about the Mountain West region of the United States. Free access to 900,000 resources from universities, public libraries, colleges, museums, archives, government agencies, and historical societies in Utah, Nevada, Idaho, and Hawaii.

Academic Video Online (AVON)

Thousands of videos from PBS, BBC, the Royal Shakespeare Company, California Newsreel, and other top content producers. Featuring topics in art and design, film studies, anthropology, history, biology, and more.

New and Trial-Based Databases

Explore databases that are new to the Sherratt Library or being evaluated for a future subscription.

American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

AAIDD journals are among the most highly regarded and cited in the disabilities literature. Scholarly and practice-oriented articles address trends, innovations, emerging issues, policy and planning, legislative efforts, and research.

New England Journal of Medicine

Suite of resources of interest to the allied medical fields from a well-known and respected name in the industry. Access to NEJM goes from 1990-present. (Statistics)

Find data about the U.S., such as demographic and economic data, population, and maps. Get information about the 2020 U.S. Census, as well. By clicking in the banner, you can access many other government sites as well.

Wall Street Journal

WSJ online coverage of breaking news and current headlines from the US and around the world. Students, faculty and staff must activate an account with WSJ to access content.