Articles & Databases : Broadcast & Electronic Media, Journalism
This database covers many subjects and provides full text for more than 4,600 journals, including nearly 3,900 academic (peer-reviewed) titles.
Biographical reference, magazine, and journal articles.
In-depth reports on current social issues and problems from Congressional Quarterly.
Articles from the ethnic, minority and native press.
Topics include Humanities and Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Science and Mathematics and Health and Medicine.
A one-stop source for popular, scholarly, and trade publications in all formats: newspaper, magazine, journal, and newsletter, etc.
A listing of online international newspapers from the Internet Public Library (ILP).
News, business, and legal coverage, including full-text newspaper articles; wires, transcripts and company financial data;
court cases and decisions; etc.
A database containing full text articles of general interest to the public. Includes reference books, primary source documents, and an image collection with photos, maps, and flags.
Provides full text articles from 800+ newspapers, as well as thousands of television and radio news transcripts.
Online access to one of the most respected names in journalism. Get your account today!
- Click www.NYTimes.com/GroupPass
(You must be on campus to create the account. Once created you can access your account anywhere.)
- Click on Create Account.
- Sign up by typing in your email address and any password.
- Access www.NYTimes.com on any computer. Log in using the account you created.
- Visit www.NYTimes.com/mobile on your tablet or mobile device to download your free NYT apps. Log in using the account you created.
ProQuest Research Library's 3500 full text periodicals - scholarly, trade and popular – cover subjects from business and political science to literature and psychology.
Statistical information on California. Includes population & demographics; health & health care; business & economics; crimes, prisons, & courts; labor force, employment & earnings; energy; environment, resources & weather; K-12 & higher education; income, expenditure, wealth, & poverty; social insurance & human services; transportation & travel; and federal, state, & local government information.
Covers 80+ regional business publications from metropolitan and rural areas within the United States.
Summary of US social, political and economic statistics taken from Federal agencies and private organizations.
Population, housing, economic, and geographic data from the U.S. Census.
Facts about the countries of the world, published by the CIA.
Covers 20th century history, including reference sources, full-text articles, maps, images, and primary source documents.