Online databases provide two kinds of information:
- citations for articles in periodicals (magazines and newspapers). When only the citation is provided, the database will provide a link to the library’s catalog if we own the publication; or it will provide a link to TIPASA, our inter-library loan service so that we can borrow a copy from another library for you.
- Full-text of articles in periodicals. When full-text is provided, you can print off a complete copy of the article or, in many cases, you can email the article to a friend from the database.
Birds of North America: BNA provides comprehensive life histories of the bird species that inhabit the US and Canada. In addition to written information about each species, there are also images and audio clips of songs.
Credo: This site provides full-text access to over 300 reference books, as well as audio and video clips, images, and maps.
Naxos Music Library: Provides access to a large library of music.
Naxos Jazz Music Library: Provides access to a large library of Jazz music.
Transparent Languages: Offers online instruction in many different languages. A great resource if you’re traveling abroad and want to be fluent at a basic level.
Brainfuse provides online academic support to hundreds of libraries throughout the nation. From academic tutoring to career coaching, it offers innovative services designed to meet your needs.
Gale is a global leader in education, learning, and research resources online.
We have a vast digital archive of research databases, reference books
(both eBook and print), and more!