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Databases (Electronic Resources)  

Use databases to find electronic resources such as journal articles, magazines, newspapers, and e-books.
Last Updated: Mar 10, 2014 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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About Library Databases

The Columbia College Library subscribes to a wide range of electronic databases. Many contain the full-text or full-view of journals, magazines, newspapers, books, or videos, while others contain only citations and abstracts.


Accessing the Databases

Most databases will require you to provide your e-services username and password before accessing.


Can't Find What you Need?

Contact Us.  We can help you find the item in our collection or borrow it from another library.

Request It!  Request a particular item using our online forms.

Good Starting Points

  • Academic Search Complete  Icon
    Covers a broad range of subject areas. Contains over 13,000 indexed and abstracted journals, with over 9,000 full-text journals, of which 7,900 are peer-reviewed.
  • CQ Researcher  Icon
    Social issues, environment, health, education and science and technology. Entirely full text.
  • eBrary Academic Complete
    Electronic book collection of more than 85,000 titles. Covers a wide range of academic subjects.
  • Films on Demand: Master Academic Collection  Icon
    Over 15,000 full-length streaming videos covering a wide variety of academic subjects.
  • JSTOR  Icon
    History, sociology, business, economics, ecology, education, language & literature, mathematics, music, political science, population studies and finance. The library subscribes to the Arts & Sciences I, III, and VIII collections. Entirely full text.
  • Project MUSE  Icon
    Literature, history, the arts, cultural studies, education, political science, gender studies, economics and more. Entirely full text.

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