Research (1971-present; much full-text; RefWorks
help; XLinks; title list)
is a scholarly business periodicals database. It covers nearly 1,400 North American sources, providing information on advertising, economics,
human resources, finance, marketing, computers and more. It includes access to the Wall Street Journal and information on over 60,000 companies. The user
intereface is provided by ProQuest.
Academic Search Complete (1985-present; updated daily; more full-text;
XLinks) is a multidisciplinary database that covers nearly all academic
areas of study. It indexes and abstracts over 9,300 journals, many of them
peer-reviewed (4,400), and provides full-text for over 5,300 journals. It also includes indexing and abstracts for books, reports,
conference proceedings, etc. Searchable cited references are provided for 1,000 journals. It is produced by and the user interface
is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
Multimedia Archive/AP Images (1840-present; updated daily; full-text captions) contains
over 750,000 of the Associated Press' best photographs, over 380,000 audio files
(requiring RealPlayer) and links to 800,000 full-text articles. About 800 photos
are added daily and about 200 photos from the historical collection are added
monthly. It includes maps, graphs, charts, logos, flags and illustrations, including
2,000 graphics using Spanish instead of English. Audio files, images and other
graphics may be downloaded and used for educational purposes. Educators may search
by state and grade level for images applicable to a specific state curriculum
standard. It is produced by the Associated Press and the user interface is provided
by Accuweather, Inc.
ACD-HNMR Chemsketch (Chemistry Department only) permits the drawing of molecular structures and substructures. It is available in CD-ROM format and is produced by Advanced Chemistry Development. Limited to one user at a time. Contact the Chemistry Department for access information.
eBooks (Using this resource; all full-text; title list; XLinks; RefWorks help), formerly the
History eBook Project, is an online, fully searchable digital collection of 1,500 high-quality books covering
all aspects of world history and many other humanities disciplines. Books in this database have been recommended
and reviewed by scholars. They are of major importance, remain vital to scholarship and are frequently cited in
the literature. Books may include illustrations, graphs, charts, and maps as well as video, sound and music.
Restrictions may apply to printing and downloading as specified in
Section 107 of the U. S. Copyright Law. It is produced by the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) in
collaboration with ten learned societies, about 80 contributing publishers, and librarians at the University of
Michigan’s Scholarly Publishing Office. The user interface is provided by ACLS. No reader is required to use these electronic books. The best way to find ebooks is in the XPLORE Library Catalog. Just look for the ebook icon:
audio and video; all full-text) provides information on over 18,000 agencies and 50,000 ads from around the world. Users
can view TV, radio, cinema, Internet, print and outdoor ad campaigns from their desktops. Users can search for ads by
keyword, media type, product, brand name, business sector, agency, country, celebrity or award. Ads with and without a shopping cart can be viewed. It is produced by and the
user interface is provided by AdForum.com.
Advertising Red Books (all full-text; formerly LexisNexis Advertising Red Books) contains information on nearly 18,000 U.S. and international
advertisers who each spend more than $200,000 annually on advertising. Each
listing includes advertising expenditures by media, current agency, fiscal
year-end and annual sales, contact information, brand names, S.I.C. classifications and other key data.
It also contains profiles of nearly 14,000 U.S. and international advertising
agencies, including accounts represented by each agency, fields of
specialization, breakdown of gross billings by media, and contact information on
agency personnel. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by Red Books LLC.
African American Experience (African-American origins to the present; all full-text) is a cross-searchable collection of African-American history and culture. It covers the arts, biography, business, civil rights, education, folklore, history, literature, music, politics, pop culture, science, slavery, sports, and technology. This collection includes the African-American Greenwood encyclopedias, other references books, and 67 Negro University Press texts from the late 1700s to the early 1970s. Primary sources include 4,000 interviews with former slaves (the WPA slave narratives), as well as manuscripts, speeches, court cases, quotations, advertisements, and statistics. Special features include a timeline dating from the 1400s to the present, In their Own Voices audio clips of slave interviews and music, lesson plans, and hundreds of photographs, maps and images. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by Greenwood Publishing Group.
Poetry Collection (1760-1900; all full-text; XLinks; title list) contains almost 3,000 poems
written by African-American poets. The poetry explores topics such as abolition,
children, civil rights, dreams, education, fugitive slave law, Indian raids, liberty,
political issues, prejudice and slavery. It includes allegories, broadsides, children's
poems, elegiac poems, epics, hymns, odes, patriotic poems and sonnets. The poets
are among those included in the William French et al. bibliography, Afro-American
Poetry and Drama, 1760-1975. It is produced by Chadwyck-Healey and the user
interface is provided by OhioLINK. See also 20th
Century African American Poetry (1900-2000), or search all six databases in the Poetry Group.
(some 15th Century-present; some full-text; tutorials; RefWorks help; XLinks) contains materials relating to all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines, including animal and veterinary sciences, entomology, plant sciences, forestry, aquaculture and fisheries, farming and farming systems, agricultural economics, extension and education, food and human nutrition, and earth and environmental sciences. It includes records for articles, books, serials, audiovisuals and other
materials. It is produced by the National Agriculture Library and the search interface is provided by EBSCO
AIDS Subset of PubMed (mid1950s-present; updated daily;some full-text; RefWorks help; XLinks)
provides access to worldwide AIDS information in MEDLINE/PubMed from over 5,000 periodicals in medicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, health care and preclinical sciences. Select the AIDS subject/subset. Users can also search the NLM Catalog for books and other materials. It is produced
by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) and the user interface is provided by the Entrez retrieval system of the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).
Health Watch (about 1984-present; updated daily; all full-text; tutorials; RefWorks help; XLinks) provides access to over 140 international and often peer-reviewed
journals. It covers alternative, complementary, holistic and integrated approaches to health
care, medicine and wellness. It includes reports, proceedings, association and consumer
newsletters, pamphlets, booklets, special reports, original research and book
excerpts. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
America: History and Life (1964-present; updated quarterly; some full-text; tutorials; RefWorks help; XLinks; title list) indexes and abstracts about 2,000 periodicals
published worldwide in history, related humanities and the social sciences. It covers the history and
culture of the United States and Canada from prehistory to the present. It includes citations to journal
articles, book reviews and relevant dissertations. Users can search cited references and browse Clio Notes, chronologies and brief summaries of significant events and themes in American history. It is produced by ABC-CLIO and the user interface is
provided by EBSCO Publishing.
Drama (1714-present; all full-text; XLinks) contains more than 700 plays from
over 300 dramatists. It will eventually contain more than 2,000 plays. It is produced
by ProQuest/Chadwyck-Healey and the user interface is provided by OhioLINK. See also English Prose Drama and English Verse Drama, or search all three databases in the Drama Group.
American National Biography (updated quarterly; all full-text; XLinks) is the online version of
American National Biography published in 1999 in 24 volumes. It offers portraits of more than
17,400 men and women, from all eras and walks of life, whose lives have shaped American history. It contains
thousands of illustrations, more than 80,000 hyperlinked cross-references, links to select web sites, and Oxford Companion to United States History. Special features include biography of the day, a
teacher's guide, 12 jumpstart your research topics, and special collections (Black History, Women's History, Asian Pacific American Heritage, Hispanic Heritage, and American Indian Heritage). It is published by and
the user interface is provided by Oxford University Press under the auspices of the American Council of
American Periodicals Series (APS) (1740-1900; updated quarterly; all full-text;
RefWorks help; XLinks; title list) covers the development of American culture,
politics and society across 150 years. It is arranged in three series: 1740 to 1800, the period of
transition from British colony to emerging nation; 1800 to 1850, pre-Civil War and the era of debate over
slavery; and 1850 to 1900, Civil War and Reconstruction. It covers 1,100 historic American journals
including Benjamin Franklin's General Magazine, Independent Reflector, Medical Repository, Liberator,
North American Review, Harper's Bazar, Vanity Fair, and Ladies Home Journal. Magazines of
these periods cover the literature, science, religion, arts, and history of the time. It is produced by
and the user interface is provided by ProQuest.
Poetry Collection (1600-1900; all full-text; XLinks) is a collection of 1,200 books and anthologies of early American poetry and contains the works of all major American poets, including many that are less familiar.It includes over 40,000 poems
by over 200 writers. Any accompanying text written by the original author and forming an integral part of the work, such as notes, dedications, and prefaces to individual poems, is also included. It is produced by ProQuest/Chadwyck-Healey and the user interface
is provided by OhioLINK. See also Twentieth
Century American Poetry (1900-2000), or search all six databases in the Poetry Group.
American Song is a history database that allows people to hear and feel the music from America's past.The database includes songs by and about American Indians, miners, immigrants, slaves, children, pioneers, and cowboys. Included in the database are the songs of Civil Rights, political campaigns, Prohibition, the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, anti-war protests, and more. It includes 7,141 albums inclding content nt from African American Music. Users can create playlists if they create an account. It is compiled and produced by Alexander Street Press.
of American History (all full-text; XLinks) is an encyclopedia that covers the
arts, business, democracy, discrimination, diversity, education, expansion, family,
government, imperialism, labor, law, leisure, peace, religion,and war. It provides
2,000 primary documents in American history, including speeches, historical accounts,
memoirs, editorials and cultural criticism. Multimedia files include over 500
pictures, hundreds of video clips, and audio files of famous speeches. It is produced
by and the user interface is provided by Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Philologique (1924-2009; vols. 1-80; updated annually in the spring; RefWorks help), also called Database of Classical Bibliography, indexes
and abstracts 1,500 journals and 500 collections and conference papers classified
under ancient authors, texts, subjects and disciplines. It includes articles in
French, English, German, and Italian, and Spanish. It is published by the Société Internationale de
Bibliographie Classique, the American Philological Association and the Database
of Classical Bibliography with support from the Centre National de la Recherche
Scientifique (France) and the National Endowment for
Humanities (USA). This subscription is limited to 10 simultaneous users.
Bibliography of English Language & Literature (ABELL) (1920-1997;
no full-text; RefWorks help; saving searches) is a
standard reference work for English studies. It indexes books, articles, critical
editions of literary works, book reviews, collections of essays and doctoral dissertations
published anywhere in the world. Coverage is international, including articles
in languages other than English. It is produced by Chadwyck-Healey under the auspices
of the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) and the user interface is
provided by OhioLINK.
Applied Science & Technology with Full Text (1983-present; much full-text;
contains indexing and abstracts for nearly 800 core English-language, scientific and technical publications back to 1983.
The full text of articles is available for more than 220 periodicals dating back to 1997.
Content includes coverage of a wide variety of applied science specialtie: acoustics to aeronautics,
neural networks to nuclear and civil engineering, computers and informatics and more.
It is produced by H. W. Wilson and the user interface is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
ArchiveGrid: Open the Door to History
(continuously updated) provides online access to nearly a million descriptions of archival collections owned by thousands of libraries, museums, historical societies and archives worldwide. ArchiveGrid is an important destination for searching for historical documents, personal papers and family histories held in archives. It is compiled by and the user interface is provided by OCLC (Online Computer
& Architecture Complete (Full-text coverage from 1937-present; Tutorials; RefWorks help; XLinks) is the leading database for art scholars, artists, and designers. It covers more than 780 academic journals, magazines and trade publications as well as and 230 books. Topics covered include antiques, archaeology, architecture, architectural history, conservation, costume design, decorative arts, graphics arts, interior design, landscape design, painting, photography, printmaking, restoration, and sculpture. Over 63,000 images are provided by Picture Desk. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
Architecture (XLinks) is part of OhioLINK's Digital Resource Commons and includes the collections listed below. All entires include a stable URL for linking to individual records. Much of the conntent was created by individuals and institutions in the State of Ohio and the user interface is provided by OhioLINK.
Art and Architecture from the University of Cincinnati (XLinks) contains 102 digital images of paintings, prints, sculptures and architecture photographs located at the University of Cincinnati. Each entry includes the title, creator, creation date, object type, measurements, context, owner, contributor and a stable link to the item. The user interface
is provided by OhioLINK.
ART Collection (XLinks) is part of OhioLINK's Digital Resource Commons and contains 52,855 digital images of works of art from museums around the
world. It highlights the creative output of cultures around the
world, from prehistoric to contemporary times, and covers the complete range of
expressive forms. Images include a broad range of works of the following genres:
painting, sculpture, photography, print, drawing, ceramic, textiles, metalwork,
furniture, books and scrolls, architecture, and archeological finds. Cultures
and time periods represented range from contemporary art, Native American and
Inuit art, to ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian works, along with Japanese and
Chinese works. This collection was formerly organized by The Art Museum Image Consortium (AMICO), a consortium of museums and libraries, but is now licensed directly from individual museums. The user interface
is provided by OhioLINK.
Full Text (1984-present; much full-text; RefWorks
help; tutorials; XLinks), formerly Art Abstracts, indexes and abstracts over 600 art journals, over 13,000 art dissertations, over 200,000 art reproductions, as well as yearbooks and museum bulletins. It covers
fine, decorative, commercial, and folk art, as well as photography, film, architecture, art history, emerging artists, art styles, and art movements. To find art images limit your search to Full Text and the Document Type, Art Reproduction. It is produced by H.W. Wilson Company and the user interface
is provided by EBSCO.
Index Retrospective (1929-1984; some full-text; RefWorks
help; tutorials; XLinks), compliments Art Full Text and indexes over 600 art journals and over 25,000 book reviews. It covers
fine, decorative, and commercial art. It is produced by H.W. Wilson Company and the user interface
is provided by EBSCO.
- American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language
(medieval-20th century; regular updates; all full-text) contains about
2,000 selected texts representative of 150 million French words. It covers classic
works of French literature, non-fiction prose, and technical writing. It includes
historical bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias and other reference works.
Genres include novels, verse, theater, journalism, essays, correspondence, literary
criticism and treatises. It covers biology, history, economics and philosophy.
It is cooperatively produced by and the user interface is provided by the Institut
National de la Langue Française (INaLF) of the Centre National de la Recherche
Scientifique (CNRS) and the Divisions of the Humanities and Social Sciences at
the University of Chicago.
(1990-present; updated daily; some full-text; RefWorks
help) is an index of articles listed on table of contents pages of over
12,000 journals. It indexes articles, news stories and letters. It covers business,
humanities, medicine, popular culture, science, social science and technology.
Most items include a list of libraries that have the journal title. It also includes ContentsFirst. It is produced and the user interface is provided by OCLC
(Online Computer Library Center).
and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI) (1980-present; updated weekly;
some full-text; RefWorks help; tutorial; citation alerts; saving searches & creating alerts; journal titles) is one of the citation databases included in Web of Knowledge. Click Web of Science and then change Current Limits to search this database separately. It provides
current and retrospective bibliographic information and cited references for over 1,130 arts and humanities journals plus individually
selected, relevant items from about 7,000 science and social sciences journals.
It covers archaeology, architecture, art, asian studies, classics, dance, film,
folklore, history, language, linguistics, literary reviews, literature, music,
philosophy, poetry, radio, religion, television and theater. Click Sign In to save searches and receive search history and citation alerts. It is produced by
and the user interface is provided by Thomson Reuters.
Asian American Drama has been cancelled.
Associates Programs Source (All full-text; Tutorials; RefWorks help; XLinks) is a database designed for the research needs of two-year associate degree college programs and is also available under the name, Vocational Studies Premier. It contains over 1,000 full-text journals and 25 full-text books. It covers topics such as alcohol and drug abuse counseling, audiology, biotechnology, computer and data processing, CAD, cosmetology, electrical technology, fashion design, forensics, graphic arts, health information technology, interior design, law enforcement, criminal justice, paralegal studies, robotics, travel, tourism, veterinary assisting, and more. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
Athenaeum (1912-1919; all full-text) is a searchable electronic archive of the Athenaeum, a publication featuring original poetry, short stories, essays, text of orations, editorials, news, reports, and graphic artwork by students from St. Xavier College in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Intended both as a news and literary publication, this work covering over 1700 pages is of historical significance in reporting the early years of St. Xavier College at the Avondale location.
It was scanned in 2010 from microfilm copies. Users can browse individual issues and years or search the full-text content. The microfilm version is housed in the library’s archives. The digital Athenaeum is published by Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, and the user interface is provided by CONTENTdm. Collection specific URL.
Religion Database (1949-present; updated quarterly; much full-text; tutorials; RefWorks
help; XLinks) indexes journal articles, book reviews, conference proceedings, congresses,
essays in multi-author works and Festschriften. It covers the Bible, church history,
ecumenism, ethics, missions, pastoral ministry, religions, religious studies and
theology as well as religion and religious research in related fields such as
antiquities, anthropology, archaeology, business, history, law, medicine, philosophy,
psychology and sociology. It contains the online version of ATLA Serials Religion Collection, Religion
Index One: Periodicals (RIO), Religion Index Two: Multi-Author Works (RIT),
Index to Book Reviews in Religion (IBRR) and Retrospective Indexing
Project (RIP). It is produced by American Theological Library Association
and the user interface is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
Index to Architectural Periodicals cancelled, see Art Abstracts.