Type of Resources
Electronic Resources (Indexes)
Indexes allow you to search the content of scholarly journals, magazines and other materials. Most include summary abstracts describing article content, and some provide the full text of articles. Many cover specific disciplines or areas of study; while others are general or cross-disciplinary.
Indexes Alphabetically by Title
Do you need advice on how to choose the best indexes/databases for your project?
Commonly Used Indexes
- (about) Academic OneFile
- (about) FDsys (Federal Digital System)
- (about) FirstSearch
- (about) Gale PowerSearch
- (about) LexisNexis Academic
- (about) Opposing Viewpoints in Context
- (about) Periodicals Index Online (Segments 1 - 22, and 27)
- (about) ProQuest (All databases)
- (about) Web of Science (including Book Citation Index)
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