eResearch: Our Online Reference Library Databases by Subject:
21st Century Explorer - Switch between two libraries based on encyclopedias at different reading/educational levels. LEVEL 1: is written for elementary students and focuses on topics of interest to this age group. LEVEL 2: offers in-depth and detailed articles written for middle school students and up.Each level includes an atlas, subject browse, and timelines as well as magazines, Learning Materials, videos, and Web sites.
This database gives a single, comprehensive list of periodical titles which we can access online and cites in what databases they appear. Use this information to locate and link to journals of interest. Search for journals by keyword or by browsing an alphabetical list by title or subject.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Reference sources in eBook format include multi-volume encyclopedias, business plan handbooks, consumer health references, and specialized reference sources. Find traditional print publications, eg. under the Subject headings of Religion, find 22 volume Encyclopaedia Judaica and 15 volume New Catholic Encyclopedia.
(24/7 access with NYS driver's license #)
The New York Online Virtual Electronic Library is a collection of magazines, newspapers, maps, charts, research and reference books that are available to every New Yorker, free of charge.
Provides access to all the Thomson Gale content in the library's collection by exploring one, several or all cross-searchable databases simultaneously.
Proquest Complete Library
16 Databases covering 12 subject areas: Arts, Film & Music; Business; Genealogy; General Research; Health & Medicine; Historical Newspapers; History; Literature; News; Science & Technology; Social Sciences; Student Resources.
This database includes U.S. and Canadian White pages, U.S. and Canadian business listings, and U.S. Healthcare providers.