Articles and More
Discover articles and books from many of our databases.
Multisearch searches half the Library's article databases with one easy search box.
Encyclopedias and Handbooks
Credo Literati contains encyclopedia, dictionary, and handbook entries—it's like the Library's Wikipedia, but with credible sources.
Gale Virtual Reference Library has hundreds of encyclopedias, so you can do background research on a variety of topics.
Opposing Viewpoints is a great place to find alternative points of view. It contains opinion pieces, academic journal articles, magazine and newspaper articles, statistics, and more.
CQ Researcher publishes in-depth reports on hot topics. Like Wikipedia, but better written with more credible sources (although on fewer topics).
Academic Search Complete has scholarly and popular articles on a variety of subjects.
If you didn't find what you're looking for in Multisearch, try ProQuest's databases.
Books and Videos
Search Albert to find books, movies, etc..
Albert, the Library's catalog, will point you to books, ebooks, DVDs, streaming videos, and more.
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