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JSTOR is a digital archive of full-text academic and scholarly journals published around the world from the 1600s to the present. It also includes primary source materials such as letters, images and pamphlets. JSTOR has also made available open access content from their collection, Artstor, and other open sources: JSTOR open access.
Comprehensive articles on issues in the news. In-depth coverage of health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology, and the economy. Each article contains a background and chronology on the topic, an assessment of the current situation, tables and maps, pro/con statements, and bibliographies of key sources. Dates covered: 1991-current.
Designed to help high school through undergraduate students complete classroom assignments in all aspects of literature, social studies, world and U.S. history, science, and multiculturalism. A particularly useful tool for assignments related to literary criticism and biography.
A collection of more than 13,000 unlimited use eBooks across all academic subject areas, including a selection of classic literary works, important historical documents, and general reference materials. Also, a collection of 100% full-text database containing comprehensive indexing, abstracting, and full text articles of the most popular general-interest periodicals, including magazines and peer-reviewed journals, published in the United States and Canada. Full text articles date back to 1994.
An extensive reference database to assist students with research projects. Contains four encyclopedias: World Book Advanced, Student, Kids and Spanish Language. Also contains a dictionary, atlas, current events articles, over 2000 e-books and extensive primary sources.