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Nature, International weekly journal of science Peer-reviewed, international weekly journal of science
Science / AAAS Peer-reviewed; "Leading journal of original scientific research, global news and commentary." Coverage includes chemistry, biology, engineering, physics, neuroscience, medicine, and planetary science and astronomy.
IEEE Digital Library Journals, Proceedings, Standards, IET materials full-text from 1998 to present: 3,000,000 documents
Flipster Enjoy reading a variety of popular magazine titles including back issues on your computer or mobile device.
Business Databases (EBSCO) Includes Regional Business News sources. Add Detroit as a keyword to find information on local companies.
Crain's Detroit Business Serving Southeast Michigan's business influencers and decision-makers with must-have news and information that can't be found anywhere else.
GoinGlobal Includes information related to career & employment resources at home and abroad. Features Country Guides, (major) City Guides, company profiles, internships & job postings. We recommend opening a personal account in the database.
ReferenceUSA Reliable information on millions of U.S. businesses. Excellent resource for marketing research, competitive analysis, fundraising and job searches.
Find Articles - Best Places to Start
- TechCat+, the library catalog for an overview of resources & formats
- This is usually the best place to start to get an overview of what is available out there
- Start with one of the article databases if you only want information from periodicals
- Below are good "general" databases, covering a variety of topics including content from scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers
Academic Search Complete Academic Search Complete offers an enormous collection of full-text journals, providing users access to critical information from many sources unique to this database. In addition, it includes peer-reviewed full text for STEM research, as well as for the social sciences and humanities. Scholarly content covers a broad range of important areas of academic study, including anthropology, engineering, law, sciences and more.
OmniFile Full Text Select (H.W. Wilson) This full-text database contains a wealth of essential material for learning and research across the disciplines, including topical coverage of ethnic studies, women's studies and history. 1,600 full-text journals from all subject areas.
Opposing Viewpoints (in Context) Find information related to social issues, from capital punishment to immigration, to violent video games. Presents pros & cons on many issues across science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes.
Find More Articles - Other Possibilities
These databases are more specialized but still index articles in a variety of subject areas.
Business Databases (EBSCO) An excellent starting point for topics related to business, leadership, finance & economics. Searches Business Abstracts with Full Text, Business Source Complete, Entrepreneurial Studies Source, OmniFile Full Text Select and Regional Business News.
ScienceDirect Science, Technology, Health, Psychology, Management: full-text from 1995 to present - the GREEN box means full-text is available.
SCOPUS An excellent citation database indexing over 15,000 scholarly journals on all topics. Includes abstracts and article reference lists. Find out who is citing whom. Use the "WorldCat" link to determine if electronic full-text is available.
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