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Library Databases

As a Delaware Tech student, you have access to respected, high quality online databases that will provide you with the latest information in your field of study. Journal and magazine articles, newspaper articles, reference materials, Congressional testimony, and other materials will enhance your ability to explore current issues and conduct research.

General Topics

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  • A-to-Z - Journal titles available in databases and journals to which the library may have access.
  • Credo Reference - Search in hundreds of reference resources and subject-specific titles, including images, audio files and videos.
  • Delaware Library Catalog - Books, periodicals, and other media of many Delaware public and academic libraries.
  • EBSCOhost - Articles from thousands of journals, magazines and other sources in many disciplines: Academic Search Complete, MasterFILE Premier.
  • Facts on File: Issues and Controversies - Provides in-depth investigations of today's top issues.
  • Lexis-Nexis Academic - Full-text documents from news, business, legal, medical, and reference publications.  
  • SIRS ® Knowledge Source - Leading social issues and historic and government documents.

Business/Computer Science/Engineering

  • AtoZdatabases - (Premier Marketing and Reference Database) - Find a job, business, person or research a market.
  • EBSCOhost - Business Databases: Business Source Complete, Academic Search Complete, Regional Business News, Small Business Reference Center, Newspaper Source Plus
  • Lexis-Nexis Academic - Full-text documents from news, business, legal, medical, and reference publications.
  • ProQuest Newspapers - Full-text access to the Wall Street Journal from 1984 to the current date.

Criminal Justice/Human Services/Social Sciences


Allied Health/Nursing

  • EBSCOhost - Medical Databases: CINAHL, Health Source, MEDLINE, Academic Search
  • PsychiatryOnline - Features DSM-5®, the American Journal of Psychiatry, other psychiatric journals, textbooks, and APA Practice Guidelines.
  • R2Library - Full-text e-books in the allied health, nursing, and medical fields.