The ACC Library subscribes to almost 100 databases. These are resources that are on the Internet but are limited to paid subscribers. In general they provide more consistently reliable and focused information than typical Web searching using Google or Yahoo! Also, many of the articles in these databases already include Works Cited entries.
To access these, you can start at the ACC Library homepage.
You will have an easier time if you go directly to the list of databases at this link:
A to Z List of E-Resources
If you are off campus, you must log in with your ACC eID and password, which is the same as you use to log in to Blackboard.
In the following listings, an abstract is a brief description of the complete article. Do not take your report information from the abstracts. The abstracts of the articles may be inaccurate or written by a different author. Take your information from the full text of the article.
Databases Useful for All Subject Areas
ACADEMIC SEARCH PREMIER -- Full text of articles from over 4600 journals and magazines, plus citations and abstracts to an additional 3600. Backfiles go back as far as 1975.
Topics: Almost anything. Strong on academic topics, with inclusion of many peer-reviewed journals.
Part of EBSCO collection of databases, so it can be searched simultaneously with others in that collection.
- Articles may be printed, saved, or E-mailed.