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19th Century British Library Newspapers Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through November 2 to this collection of full runs of 48 newspapers selected by the British Library to best represent nineteenth century Britain. The collection includes national and regional newspapers, as well as those from both established country or university towns and the new industrial powerhouses of the manufacturing Midlands, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Special attention was paid to include newspapers that helped lead particular political or social movements such as Reform, Chartism, and Home Rule. The penny papers aimed at the working and clerical classes are also present in the collection.
note: trial ends Nov. 2
19th Century Masterfile Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Also known as Poole's Plus, this database includes over eight million citations to periodical articles, books, patents, and American and British government documents before 1925.
note: index of documents before 1925
Academic OneFile Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes over 12,000 journals and reference sources in all subjects, with text from 5,913 publications.  Includes transcripts and audio of NPR (National Public Radio) programs.

note: full text of over 5,900 journals
Academic Search Complete Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
Interdisciplinary full-text database. Full text of over 8,700 journals, including 7.600 peer-reviewed journals, with indexing for another 4,000 titles.   While full text is available as far back as 1887 for a few titles, the text of most titles is available only for the past decade or two.  Also includes the text of books, conference papers, conference proceedings, and educational reports. Database Guide (PDF)

note: text from over 8,700 journals in all disciplines
ACM Digital Library Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
Provides the full-text of Association for Computing Machinery periodicals and proceedings since 1985. Online help.
note: journals since 1985
AGRICOLA (National Agricultural Library) Unrestricted Resource
Citations to literature created by the National Library of Agriculture and similar institutions. Drawn from 1,400 international journals. Covers materials in all formats, including printed works from the fifteenth century. Useful for researchers in biology and environmental science.
note: free citations to agricultural literature
America: History & Life Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Abstracts of articles and reviews from over 1,700 journals published since 1954.  Database Guide (PDF)
note: indexes over 1,700 journals
American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Series 1 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial of this resource offering the text of American periodicals published between 1691 and 1820, including original typography, graphics, and drawings.  Search all four series by selecting Choose Databases.
note: trial ends Dec. 2
American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Series 2 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial of this resource offering the text of American periodicals published between 1821 and 1837, including original typography, graphics, and drawings.  Search all four series by selecting Choose Databases.

note: trial ends Dec. 2
American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Series 3 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial of this resource offering the text of American periodicals published between 1838 and 1852, including original typography, graphics, and drawings.  Search all four series by selecting Choose Databases.
note: trial ends Dec. 2
American Antiquarian Society Historical Periodicals Series 4 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial of this resource offering the text of American periodicals published between 1866 and 1867, including original typography, graphics, and drawings.  Search all four series by selecting Choose Databases.
note: trial ends Dec. 2
American Chemical Society Journals (ACS) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 31 ACS journals from their first issues to the present.
note: 31 journals
American Mathematical Society Journals Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 17 AMS journals.
note: 17 journals
L' Annee philologique Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
French classics journal from 1949 through 2006. Earlier issues will be added eventually.
note: French classics journal
Annual Reviews Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 38 Annual Reviews in the social sciences, biomedical sciences, and physical sciences from 1996 to the present. Earlier years of the Annual Reviews of Anthropology, Ecology and Systematics, and Sociology are available from JSTOR. Earlier years of the Annual Reviews of Genetics and Psychology are available from Academic Search Premier. Earlier years of Annual Review of Microbiology are available from Health Reference Center.
note: all 38 titles
Anthropological Index Online Unrestricted Resource
AIO indexes current periodicals in the British Museum's Anthropology Library from 1957 to the present.
note: free index of journals
AnthroSource Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Archive of 54 American Anthropological Association journals through 2003 and current issues of 15 journals.
note: American Anthropological Association journals
Applied Science Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Indexes 350 international and English-language periodicals in mathematics, physics, computer technology, and engineering from October 1983 to the present. Searchable in English, French, and Spanish.
note: indexes 350 journals
Aristotle Bibliography Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliography of  more than 50,000 books, articles, book reviews, and disserations dealing with Aristotle and related topics from 1900 to the present.
note: citations since 1900
Art Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The full-text version of Art Index indexes 460 journals, providing the full text of many beginning with 1997. In addition to art history and architecture titles, many film journals are included. A list of available titles can be generated by going here and selecting Journal Directory. Database Guide (PDF)

note: full text version of Art Index
Art Museum Image Gallery Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains images
Offers over 155,000 images from museum collections around the world. There are also bibliographic records, many with curatorial text, provenance data, detailed or multiple views, and related multimedia.
note: 155,000 images from museum collections
Art Retrospective Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Index of art periodicals from 1929 to 1984.

note: indexes art periodicals from 1929 to 1984
ARTFL Project Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Over 2,600 French literary texts from the University of Chicago. The New York Public Library offers a more complete version of ARTFL texts online.
note: French literary texts
Arts & Humanities Citation Index Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Part of Web of Science, this database finds bibliographic citations, abstracts, cited references, and the number of times cited for articles from 1,160 international journals in the arts and humanities since 1975 as well as relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journal. Approximately 2,300 new records containing 15,525 new references are added each week. To search only this portion of Web of Science, scroll to bottom of search screen and check only Arts & Humanities Citation Index. Scopus is a similar citation index emphasizing the sciences and social sciences, with some humanities coverage.
note: cited references since 1975
ARTstor Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains images
Nearly one million images of art and architecture. Online help.
note: one million images
Associations Unlimited (not available remotely) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Detailed listings for over 150,000 associations and professional societies worldwide, including 22,500 in the United States.
note: international directory
Auction Catalogs Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through December 31, 2011, to over 1,500 digitized auction catalogs from the collections of the Frick Art Reference Library and the Thomas J. Watson Library at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The digitized catalogs date from the 18th through early 20th centuries.

note: trial ends December 31, 2011
Avery Index of Architectural Periodicals Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Indexes 2,800 international journals from 1741 to the present, covering architecture, archaeology, historic preservation, interior design, urban design, and urban planning.
note: indexes 2,800 international journals
Berkeley Electronic Press Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Economics journals.

note: economics journals
Bibliography of English Women Writers 1500-1640 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Primary and secondary sources, as well as manuscript locations, for 180 women writers. Includes bibliographies, catalogs, contextual studies, reference works, essay anthologies, special issues of journals, genre studies, handbooks and pedagogical tools, compilations containing texts, and dissertations.
note: primary and secondary sources
Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA) Unrestricted Resource ArticleLinker enabled
Newly hosted by the Getty, the BHA indexes over 4,800 journals and other publications from 1973 to the present, covering the art of Europe and the Americas from the fourth century to the present, painting, sculpture, drawing, prints, decorative and applied arts, popular and folk art, architecture and industrial design, and film. The database includes the International Bibliography of Art (IBA), covering 2008 and part of 2009. the Repertoire de la litterature de l'art (RILA), on of the predecessors of BHA with records 1975-1989, will be online May 1.
note: indexes over 4,800 journals
Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes Unrestricted Resource Some full text
Primary and secondary sources focusing on Spanish and Hispanic-American literature and culture.
note: Spanish and Hispanic-American bibliography
Biography Reference Bank Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Biographical information about over 550,000 people. Includes 380,000 periodical articles and more than 36,000 images. Over 80,00 profiles from reference works published by Garland, Greenwood, Harvard University Press, Houghton Mifflin, Oryx, Oxford University Press, and H. W. Wilson. There are 5,000 biographies from the 2004 edition of the American National Biography. A complete list of such sources is available.
note: 550,000 biographies
BioMed Central Unrestricted Resource
Open-access journals in biology and medicine.  As of 2011, 212 titles are available.

note: 212 journals
Black Drama Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
Includes 1,462 plays by 233 playwrights.  Includes information about productions, theaters, theater companies, playbills, photographs, and more.

note: 1,462 plays and more
Black Thought and Culture: African Americans from Colonial Times to the Present Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Over 100,000 pages of monographs, essays, speeches, letters, and interviews. The 1,100 figures covered, when the database is complete, will include James Baldwin, Amiri Baraka, Ralph Bunche, Angela Davis, Frederick Douglass, W. E. B. Du Bois, Ralph Ellison, Marcus Garvey, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Thurgood Marshall, Huey Newton, Jackie Robinson, Paul Robeson, Bobby Seale, Booker T. Washington, Cornel West, and Richard Wright.
note: monographs, essays, etc.
Book Review Digest Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
Provides excerpts from reviews of fiction and nonfiction in the humanities, social sciences, general sciences, and popular topics published in English since 1983. Full text from a core of 45 periodicals, with additional text from other Wilson databases. Textbooks, government publications, and technical books in law and the sciences are not included. Also see Finding Book Reviews.
note: excerpts from reviews
Books in Print Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Books in and out of print in all languages from publishers around the world.

note: books in all languages from around the world
Business & Company Resource Center Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Business periodicals and company profiles
note: periodicals and company profiles
Business Source Complete Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images Resource contains video
Full text of over 3,200 scholarly business journals and periodicals as well as indexing for 800 more titles. Also includes financial data, books, monographs, major reference works, conference proceedings, case studies, investment research reports, industry reports, market research reports, country reports, and company profiles.
note: over 3,200 periodicals
Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Educational Curriculum & Methods Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Information about scholarly publishing opportunities.
note: scholarly publishing opportunities
Cambridge Histories Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 250 Cambridge University Press reference works published since 1960. In addition to history, these titles cover economics, the history of science, the history of the book, language and linguistics, literature, music, philosophy, political and social theory, religion, theatre and performing arts, and warfare.
note: 250 reference works
Center for Research Libraries Online Catalog Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
The Center for Research Libraries acquires and preserves newspapers, journals, documents, archives, and other traditional and digital resources from a global network of sources. Most of the materials acquired are from outside the United States, and many are from the emerging regions of the world: Africa,  the Middle East, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and Latin America. CRL provides students, faculty, and other researchers liberal access to these rich source materials through interlibrary loan and electronic delivery. CRL loan and electronic delivery services are designed to support major research projects, the production of scholarly monographs and studies, dissertations, and graduate and advanced undergraduate seminars. 
note: catalog of international research resources
Chicago Manual of Style Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 15th edition available online to GC affiliates only. Includes quick guide, questions and answers, and additional tools.
note: text of 15th ed.
Chronicle of Higher Education Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
All issues from September 1989 to the present.
note: 1989 to present
Chronicle of Philanthropy Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
All issues from October 1998 to present.

note: Oct. 1998 to present
CIAO: Columbia International Affairs Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of recent issues of 46 international affairs journals, as well as case studies and working papers. Abstracts only for additional journals. Access from home requires registering for CIAO access while at the Graduate Center.
note: 46 international affairs journals
CINAHL Plus with Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexing for 3,001 journals in nursing and allied health, with full text for 750 journals and 220 books. See this online tutorial to learn expert search techniques.
note: nursing & health journals
Cinema Image Gallery Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains images
200,000 images from the Kobal Collection. Includes film and television stills, on-set shots of actors and directors, set and costume designs, posters, etc.
note: 200,000 film images
Citation Indexes (read more info-->) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
The Graduate Center subscribes to the Web of Science, providing cited references from thousands of scholarly journals in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Scopus indexes additional journals in the sciences, social sciences, and medicine. Academic Search Premier and other EBSCO databases also provide cited references.
Cochrane Library Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Collection of databases that contain high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making. Cochrane reviews provide evidence on which to base clinical treatment decisions. In addition to Cochrane reviews, the Cochrane Library provides other sources of reliable information:  review abstracts, technology assessments, economic evaluations, and individual clinical trials.
note: healthcare resources
Communication and Mass Media Complete Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Includes the full text of over 325 journals in communications and media, as well as citations from several hundred additional titles. To determine its usefulness for a wide range of topics in the humanities and social sciences, consult the publications list within the database.
note: over 325 journals
Computing Reviews Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Reviews of books and journal articles covering all aspects of computing. Affiliated with the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
note: reviews of books and articles
COS Funding Opportunities Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Grants, internships, graduate and post-graduate fellowships in all subject areas. Search by keyword; set alerts for relevant opportunites.

note: grants, fellowships, internships
CQ Researcher Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full-text reports from 1991 to the present on education, the environment, health, international affairs, technology, the U.S. economy, and other political and social issues. Each 12,000-word report includes bibliographies, maps, tables, and pro/con statements from representatives of opposing positions.
note: reports on international affairs, etc.
CUNY Libraries Catalog Unrestricted Resource
The CUNY+ Catalog contains the holdings of the entire CUNY library system. Use to request circulating books from other CUNY libraries through CLICS.
note: holdings of all CUNY libraries
Custom Newspapers Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 565 national and international newspapers. A list of available titles can be found by entering the database and clicking the browse button. Also see LexisNexis.
note: 565 newspapers
Digital Dissertations/Abstracts and Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes two-million dissertations from over one-thousand institutions, with citations from 1861-1980 and abstracts from 1980+. Includes the full text of most CUNY dissertations and post-1997 dissertations from other institutions. Database Guide (PDF)
note: citations, abstracts, recent text
Directory of Open Access Journals Unrestricted Resource Some full text
Over 3,200 online journals arranged by subject. Supported by SPARC and the Open Society Institute.
note: free full-text journals
Early English Books Online (EEBO) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
Scanned images of the text of over 118,500 books published in English between 1473 and 1700. Information about resizing text, printing multiple pages, and citing EEBO titles is available.
note: 118,500 books
Ebook Library (EBL) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
EBL offers electronic books in a variety of subjects. Items in EBL are typically course-reserve readings and are listed in CUNY+ (the catalog of CUNY library holdings).   EBL titles are available only to Graduate Center students, faculty, and staff.  Downloading these electronic books requires a free download of Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) software.Guide

note: electronic books requested for reserve; not available to non-GC patrons
ebrary Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Approximately 68,000 electronic books in all disciplines from such publishers as BIOS Scientific Publishers, Brill Academic Publishers, Brookings Institution,Cambridge University Press, Columbia University Press, Cornell University Press,Greenwood Press, Harvard University Press, John Wiley, Johns Hopkins University Press, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Manchester University Press, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Palgrave-Macmillan, Princeton University Press, Random House, Springer, Stanford University Press, University of California Press, University of Chicago Press, World Bank, and Yale University Press. Guide

You can also search the catalog to see if a title is available with ebrary.


note: 68,000 scholarly books
EBSCO eBook Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text

Formerly known as NetLibrary the EBSCO eBook Collection hosts a collection of more than 2,800 recent scholarly titles as electronic books. These titles represent all disciplines and are aimed at both undergraduate and graduate research needs. While all of CUNY shares a core of titles, several campuses, including the Graduate Center, have purchased additional titles.  To use the database from home, you must first connect to the site on any CUNY campus and click on Create a free account. Accounts can also be created by connecting to to the database remotely. Titles may be checked out for only twenty-four hours. All available titles also appear in the CUNY Catalog.

note: more than 2,800 electronic books
EconLit Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Bibliographic citations of articles from over 750 international journals from 1969 to the present and abstracts of many articles beginning with 1987. Some books, dissertations, conference proceedings, etc. are also indexed. Database Guide (PDF)

note: indexes 750 journals
Economist Historical Archive 1843-2006 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Historical archive of The Economist from 1843 to 2006. Search Journals for sources of recent issues.
note: 1843-2006 archive
Education Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
Abstracts of articles from over 600 publications since June 1983 and full text of articles from over 350 publications, many beginning with 1996.
note: over 200 journals
Education Index Retrospective Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Indexes 500 education periodicals from 1929 through 1983. This database may be searched in conjunction with Education Full Text, which includes articles from recent issues of 350 periodicals.
note: citations 1929-1983
Education Research Complete Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Includes full text of nearly 1,200 journals and more than 500 books and monographs. Includes indexing for an additional 1,000 journals.
note: 1,700 journals and books
Educational Curriculum & Methods Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Information about scholarly publishing opportunities.
note: scholarly publishing opportunities
Eighteenth Century Collection Online (ECCO) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
ECCO offers every page of 150,000 books published during the eighteenth century in English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Latin, Spanish, and Welsh. In addition to searches by author, title, and publisher, these books may be searched by individual categories such as fine arts, history and geography, law, literature and language, medicine, science, and technology, religion and philosophy, social sciences, general reference, or a combination of two or more subjects. Illustrated works may be searched by cartoon, map, music, portrait, etc. ECCO may also be browsed by author and title.
note: over 150,000 books
EJS Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of over 99 scholarly journals not available from other resources.  This product is not related to the other EBSCO databases such as Academic Search Complete.
note: 99 journals
Empire Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 20 to this collection of primary materials related to British colonialism from 1492 to 2007.

note: trial ends Oct. 20
Encyclopaedia Islamica Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Guide to important themes, subjects, and personages related to Islam.  Because Encyclopaedia Islamica is in its early stages of development, only entries beginning with A are available.

note: themes, etc. related to Islam
Encyclopaedia of the Qur'an Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The Qur'an is the primary religious text for one-sixth of the world’s population. Understood by Muslims to contain God's own words, it has been an object of reverence and of intense study for centuries. The thousands of volumes that Muslim scholars have devoted to qur'anic interpretation and to the linguistic, rhetorical and narrative analysis of the text are sufficient to create entire libraries of qur'anic studies.  Drawing upon a rich scholarly heritage, Brill's Encyclopaedia of the Qur'an (EQ) combines alphabetically-arranged articles about the contents of the Qur'an. It is an encyclopaedic dictionary of Qur'anic terms, concepts, personalities, place names, cultural history and exegesis extended with essays on the most important themes and subjects within Qur'anic studies. With nearly 1000 entries in 5 volumes, the EQ is the first comprehensive, multi-volume reference work on the Qur'an to appear in a Western language.
note: religious text
Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
EALL Online comprehensively covers all aspects of Arabic languages and linguistics. It is interdisciplinary in scope and represents different schools and approaches to be as objective and versatile as possible.
note: interdisciplinary resource
Encyclopedia of Human Relationships Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Guide to theories, concepts, and empirical findings about human relationships.

note: reference book
Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Child Development Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Provides an entry point into all of the existing literature on child development from numerous fields of study.
note: 1,576 science and social science journals
Encyclopedia of Islam Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Complete text of the second and third editions of this reference work.

note: second and third editions
Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Complete text of first and second editions and all supplements. Revisions and new articles added quarterly. Use the Search This Title box to search only this resource. Use the Search Wiley InterScience to search it along with the Wiley journals to which the library has access.
note: first and second editions
Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The EWIC is an interdisciplinary, transhistorical, and global project. It brings together upwards of 1,000 scholars to write critical essays on women, Muslim and non-Muslim, and Islamic cultures in every region where there have been significant Muslim populations. It aims to cover every topic for which there is significant research, examining these regions from the period just before the rise of Islam to the present. EWIC hopes both to offer the state of the art in the broad sweep of topics to inform the general audience and to take on cutting-edge issues to stimulate new research in new terrains.
note: women and Islamic culture
EndNote Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Citation software licensed for CUNY Graduate Center affiliates to download and install on PC or Mac desktops. Generates footnotes and bibliographies in any writing style; manages citations and notes in a private library. Endnote tutorials and online classesEndnote help sheets.
note: GC users download free
EndNote Web Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
This online companion to EndNote allows citation gathering from anywhere. Generates footnotes and bibliographies in any writing style; manages citations and notes in a private library. Complements Endnote on your desktop; allows shared access to your citations. Access limited to Graduate Center affiliates. Endnote tutorials and online classes. Endnote help sheets.
note: online citation management
English Short Title Catalogue (ESTC) Unrestricted Resource
The British Library provides free access to records of over 460,000 items published in English between 1473 and 1800.
note: free access
ERIC (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts version) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Citations from over 600 education journals, 1966+.  ERIC documents, those with ED, not EJ, numbers, are available on microfiche on the second floor of the library from ED 000001 through ED 462533. Other ERIC documents may be available at the government's ERIC site. Database Guide (PDF).

note: indexes education resources
ERIC (EBSCO version) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
ERIC provides bibliographic citations from over 600 education journals from 1966 to the present. ERIC documents, those with ED, not EJ, numbers, are available on microfiche on the second floor of the library from ED 000001 through ED 462533. Other ERIC documents may be available at the government's ERIC site. Database Guide (PDF).

note: indexes education resources
Essay & General Literature Index Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Contains citations to essays in collections of mostly scholarly works and miscellaneous works published since 1984 in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. More than 300 volumes are indexed annually. While there are no abstracts, complete contents of the volumes are listed. An extremely useful resource for all disciplines because it indexes sources not covered elsewhere.
note: indexes essay collections
Ethnic NewsWatch Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
A full-text database for American ethnic newspapers, magazines, and journals in English and Spanish.
note: American ethnic newspapers, etc.
Europa World Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Political and economic information about over 250 countries and territories. 

note: political and economic information
European Views of the Americas, 1493-1750 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliographic guide to European works related to the America.  Based upon the authoritative bibliography “European Americana: A Chronological Guide to Works Printed In Europe Relating to The Americas, 1493-1750."

note: bibliographic guide
Fiction Connection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Books in Print database for finding fiction by topic, genre, setting, character, location, and time.

note: fiction by topic, genre, etc.
Film Literature Index Unrestricted Resource
Indexes all the content of 150 film and television journals from 30 countries and selectively indexes 200 additional periodicals. Includes 700,000 citations of articles, film reviews, and book reviews from 1976-2001. This resource is not being updated. Also see Searching for DVDs and Videocassettes in CUNY+.
note: free 1976-2001 index
Foundation Directory Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Information about 20,000 large and mid-sized U.S. foundations and files for more than half-a-million grants. The Trustees, Officers, and Donors search field and its corresponding index allow users to search over 110,000 trustee, officer and donor names.

note: covers 20,000 foundations
Foundation Grants to Individuals Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Search for scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards, and other financial support for individuals, with more than 6,100 entries, updated quarterly., including detailed descriptions of approximately 2,000 programs which fund individual grant seekers. Accessible only in library. Users must ask reference librarian to log them in.
note: financial-support sources
Full-Text Journals Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Alphabetical list of over 35,000 journal, magazine, newspaper, and newsletter titles available in full text to the Graduate Center community. Many are also available throughout CUNY.
note: over 35,000 sources
Gale News Vault Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 13 to the archives of several British newspapers from the seventeenth century to the present and to nineteenth-century American newspapers.  Includes the Times Literary Supplement and the Financial Times.  Can be searched with the Economist and the London Illustrated News.

note: trial ends Oct. 13
Gale Virtual Reference Library Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 275 reference books published by Gale, Brill Academic, Cambridge University Press, Elsevier, Greenwood, Sage, Salem Press, Wiley, and others.  Titles include American Civil War Reference Library, Ancient Europe, 8000 BC to AD 1000, Encyclopedia of Aging, Encyclopedia of American Religions, Encyclopedia of Case Study Research, Encyclopedia of Gender and Society, Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, Encyclopedia of World Biography, Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America, Gale Encyclopedia of U.S. Economic History, Magill's Survey of World Literature, Vietnam War Reference Library; World Education Encyclopedia.
note: 275 reference books
Gartner Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Gartner provides reports analyzing information technology products and markets, including ranking vendors and explaining how IT is affected by government regulations here and abroad. CUNY does not have access to all Gartner reports. Use the advanced search to access only those available to CUNY. Gartner can be accessed only through the CUNY Portal.
note: information-technology reports
General OneFile Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes over 12,000 periodicals, newspapers, reference books, and multimedia sources, with full text from 7,670 publications.

note: full text of over 7,600 publications
General Science Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes scholarly, professional, and popular science periodicals published from 1984 to the present in the United States and the United Kingdom. Includes text for 105 publications from 1994 to present.
note: indexes journals since 1984
Global Books in Print Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Books in and out of print in all languages from publishers around the world.
note: books in all languages from around the world
Google Scholar Unrestricted Resource Some full text
Google Scholar provides a simple way to search broadly for scholarly literature. Follow our simple setup instructions to integrate the GC Find-it service with Google Scholar. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts, and articles from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities, and other scholarly organizations. Includes links to resources to which the Graduate Center subscribes.
note: Google's academic search engine
GreenFile Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Global warming, energy conservation, natural resources, and pollution are among the issues addressed by this bibliographic database.
note: Environmental resources
Grolier Reference Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Includes American Language Dictionary of the English Language, 4th ed., American Heritage Spanish to English Dictionary, American Heritage English to Spanish Dictionary, Roget's II: The New Thesaurus, 3rd ed., and Encyclopedia Americana.
note: encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases
Grove Art Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Electronic version of Grove's The Dictionary of Art. Also includes The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, The Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, The Oxford Companion to Western Art, and 100,000 images from the Bridgeman Art Library. The 34 volumes of the text edition of Grove Art are available in the library's reference collection under Ref. N31.D5 1996. Database Guide (PDF).

note: art dictionary
Grove Music Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Online version of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition. Also includes The Oxford Companion to Music and The Oxford Dictionary of Music. The 29 volumes of the text edition are available in the library's reference collection under Ref. ML100.N48 2001.  Grove Music also includes the contents of The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz and The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. A guide to the database is available. Database Guide (PDF)Searching for Music Scores and Sound Recordings in CUNY+. 
note: music dictionary
Handbooks in Economics Series Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Text of 31 Elsevier titles.
note: 31 titles
HAPI: Hispanic American Periodicals Index Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Indexes Latin American economic, political, and social issues as well as arts and letters from 1970 to the present, providing citations of articles from more than 600 journals.
note: indexes over 600 journals
Health Reference Center Academic Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Health information from over 1,000 periodicals and reference works. See title list.
note: health information
Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text from over 550 scholarly medical journals and abstracts for additional titles. Includes Lexi-PAL Drug Guide, covering 1,300 generic-drug, patient-education sheets with more than 4,700 brand names.
note: 550 medical journals
HighWire Press Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
HighWire Press, the Internet imprint of Stanford University Libraries, offers free access to over 1,900,000 full-text articles from scientific, medical, and psychiatric journals. Not all of HighWire Press's content is free.
note: some free scientific text
Historical Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Indexes over 1,700 journals in fifty languages as well as dissertations and selected monographs from 1954 to the present. Database Guide (PDF)

note: indexes over 1,700 journals
Humanities Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Includes abstracts of articles published in English from 1984 to the present in all fields of the humanities. Includes text from 287 periodicals.
note: indexes journals since 1984
Humanities International Complete Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
Indexes over 2,100 humanities sources, including journals, books, and reference works, with full text of 890 journals. In addition to articles and reviews, the database provides abstracts of fiction, poetry, photographs, and drawings.
note: 890 journals
ICPSR: Interuniversity Consortium for Political & Social Research Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Social science data from the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan.
note: social science data sets
IEEE Computer Society Digital Library Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Text of fifteen IEEE journals, nine transactions, and conference proceedings.
note: 15 IEEE journals, etc.
Illustrated London News Historical Archive Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 13 to the archive of the newspaper published from 1842 to 2003..  Includes color images.

note: trial ends Oct. 13
In the First Person: An Index to Letters, Diaries, Oral Histories, and Personal Narratives Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Index to 4,000 collections of personal narratives in libraries and other repositories around the world.
note: index to repositories
Index to Current Urban Documents Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Guide to the reports and research generated by local government agencies, civic organizations, academic and research organizations, public libraries, and metropolitan and regional planning agencies in approximately five-hundred selected cities in the United States and Canada. Over 2,400 documents indexed annually.
note: guide to governmental reports
Infoshare Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Demographic information about New York City drawn from city, state, and federal sources. Also includes some national statistics. Use the raw data to create customized tables. The information in Infoshare is supplemented by many free Web sites, including National Priorities Project Database, which provides a range of statistics relating to labor, poverty, and social programs by state.
note: New York City demographics
International Financial Statistics (IMF) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Standard source of international statistics compiled by the International Monetary Fund on all aspects of international and domestic finance. It reports, for most countries of the world, current data needed in the analysis of problems of international payments and of inflation and deflation. The Web interface allows subscribers to browse the database, select series of interest, display the selected series in a spreadsheet format, and save the selected series for transfer to other software systems such as Excel. Subscription paid by Student Technology Fee.
note: IMF statistics
Internet Archive Unrestricted Resource
Large-scale archive of the Web since 1997.
note: archive of the web
Iter Bibliography Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Indexes 1,707 journals published since 1784, over 96,000 books, over 190,000 essays from over 7,300 books, and over 1,500 dissertations since 1990 about the middle ages and renaissance. Bibliography contains more than 1,010,000 records. Find it! does not work with this resource. To see possible links to full text in Iter Bibliography, select the Full Details of a record and then the Check for full text box.
note: secondary medieval and renaissance bibliography
Iter Italicum Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliography of previously uncatalogued or incompletely cataloged Renaissance humanistic manuscripts found in libraries and collections all over the world. Originally published in six volumes between 1963 and 1992.
note: bibliography of Renaissance manuscripts
Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Graduate Center's subscription includes Iter Bibliography, Iter Italicum, Milton Bibliography, the journals Early Theatre and Renaissance and Reformation, and the forthcoming Bibliography of English Women Writers, 1500-1640 and Baptisteria Sacra. Find it! does not work with these resources. To see possible links to full text in Iter Bibliography, select the Full Details of a record and then the Check for full text box.
note: bibliographies
JAMA Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The online edition of JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association includes the complete full text of all issues since January 1998, selected text from May 1992 through December 1997, tables of contents and abstracts only from January 1975 to May 1992, and tables of contents only from January 1966 through December 1974. Select Collections to browse through articles on such topics as aging/geriatrics, dentistry, dermatology, etc. and to register for e-mail alerts when new articles on topics of interest become available.
note: all issues since 1997
Jewish Life in America, 1654-1954 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 20 to this collection of documents, images, and maps from the American Jewish Historical Society.

note: trial ends Oct. 20
Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Almost 300 entries on critics, theorists, critical schools and movements, and the critical and theoretical innovations of specific countries and historical periods.  Updated annually.

note: full text of reference work
Journal Citation Reports Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
The number of articles published in journals indexed by the Web of Science and the number of citations to individual journals. This information may be viewed by journal name, subject, publisher, and country or territory. Be sure to choose science or social sciences before selecting a subject. Statistics are currently available for 2007 and 2008.
note: Web of Science citation statistics
JSTOR Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The Arts and Sciences I-IX collections of JSTOR offer the full text of 1,729 scholarly journals including African studies, anthropology, archaeology, architecture, art history, classical studies, ecology, economics, education, feminist and women's studies, film studies,  folklore, geography, history, , language,  literature,  Middle East studies, music, performing arts, philosophy, religion, sociology.  Coverage begins with the first issue of almost every journal and continues through varying periods within the last five years. Click here for a list of the journals by subject and the available dates. Click here for an alphabetical list. Using JSTOR with such citation-management tools as EndNote and RefWorks requires creating a MyJSTOR account. Database Guide (PDF)

note: 1,729 scholarly journals
JSTOR Plant Science Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images

CUNY has a trial through the end of 2011 to the largest online database of plant type specimens (over 800,000 as of July 2010).   Included are plant type specimens, taxonomic structures, scientific literature, foundational reference works and books, correspondence, including handwritten letters and memorandum from the senior staff of the Royal Botanic Gardens from 1841 to 1928, and more than 20,000 paintings, photographs, drawings, and other images.



note: trial ends December 31, 2011
Law Library Microfilm Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Digitized versions of thousands of legal documents, mostly from government sources. These materials should be of particular interest to researchers in history, political science, and sociology.
note: legal documents
LexisNexis Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full-text news, business, and legal, and database with access to over 12,000 sources. Offers 1,639 news sources from around the world, including most of the world's major English-language newspapers, including The New York Times since June 1, 1980, and Chronicle of Higher Education since September 1997. It also includes many non-English language newspaper titles, as well as scholarly journals, trade journals, popular magazines, sources for legislation statues and codes, scientific and medical publications, and news blogs. Database Guide (PDF)


note: news, business, and legal database
Library Literature & Information Science Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes 234 library science periodicals as well as books and conference proceedings published since 1984, with full text for some titles since 1994. No abstracts.
note: indexes 234 library periodicals
LISTA: Library, Information Science, and Technology Abstracts with Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 270 journals and nearly 20 monographs, as well as indexing for more than 400 additional journals.
note: text of 290 library-related journals and books
Literary Manuscripts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 20 to this collection of manuscripts by nineteenth-century British writers drawn from the Berg Collection of the New York Public Library.

note: trial ends Oct. 20
Literary Market Place Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Directory of American, Canadian, and international publishers. Library no longer subscribes to print edition.
note: directory of publishers
Literature Resources from Gale Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
MLA International Bibliography, as well as more than 10,000 bio-critical essays from Dictionary of Literary Biography; biographical information about over 130,000 writers from Contemporary Authors; all entries from Contemporary Literary Criticism since volume 95 and complete profiles of more than 200 of the most studied authors from previous editions of CLC; the Scribner Writers Series of 15-to-20-page essays about over 1,600 writers and literary genres; and the full text of 600 books from Twayne's Author Series. Database Guide (PDF)

note: MLA, biographies, and criticism
LLBA: Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliographic citations from over 1,500 linguistic and language periodicals from 1973 to the present. A detailed description of LLBA is available. Database Guide (PDF)

note: indexes 1,500 journals
Making of the Modern World Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The Making of the Modern World: The Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature covers economics, banking, finance, transportation, manufacturing, history, political science, and sociology and includes the text of 61,000 books published during 1460-1850 as well as 466 pre-1906 serials.
note: economics texts 1450-1905
Manuscript: Women's Letters and Diaries Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Over 69,000 pages of personal writings by American women from the eighteenth, ninteeenth, and twentieth centuries.  From the holdings of the American Antiquarian Society.

note: over 69,000 pages
MasterFile Premier Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
1,750 general reference publications, nearly 500 full-text reference books, and 105,786 full-text primary source documents.
note: primary and reference sources
MathSciNet Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Web version of American Mathematical Society's Mathematical Reviews, covering over 1,800 journals. Database Guide (PDF)

note: Mathematical Reviews
Medline with Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of more than 1,470 medical journals, back to 1965 for some titles, as well as indexing for over 4,800 biomedical journals. Two free versions of Medline (PubMed and MedlinePlus) are available anywhere.
note: text of 1,470 medical journals
Mental Measurements Yearbook Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Information about and reviews of all English-language standardized tests covering educational skills, personality, vocational aptitude, psychology, and related areas as included in the printed Mental Measurements Yearbooks from 1989 to the present.
note: standardized-test information
Military & Government Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of nearly 300 military and general-interest publications as well as indexing and abstracting for an additional 400 titles. Also includes full text of 245 pamphlets.
note: 300 military publications
Milton Bibliography Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
This bibliography tries to bring together all manuscripts and editions of John Milton's works and all studies and critical statements concerning his life and works, all allusions and quotations, and all significant imitations during the years 1624-1799.
note: primary and second sources, 1624-1799
MLA (Modern Language Association) International Bibliography Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
MLA, available through Gale's Literature Resource Center, indexes over 3,000 periodicals dealing with literature, language, linguistics, folklore, and popular culture from 1926 to the present. MLA includes the full text from recent issues of 141 journals. Database Guide (PDF)



note: literature & language index
Multi-Database Search Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text Resource contains images
This resource allows the simultaneous searching of all the full-text and bibliographic databases to which all of CUNY subscribes and all EBSCO databses, as well as the CUNY+ Online Catalog. It does not include the resources to which the Graduate Center subscribes separately. Database Guide (PDF)

note: Search all CUNY-wide electronic resources simultaneously
Nature Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Text of all content from 1997 to present. Tables of content from 1950 to present.
note: 1997 to present
Naxos Music Library Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains audio
Online access to over 85,000 tracks from over 5,500 recordings in classical music, jazz, folk music, and world music. The offerings may be browsed by genre or by such categories as chamber music, composers, film music, opera, etc. or searched using the advanced search screen. Please consult the User Instructions. If prompted for a login, use GCCUNY01 as both user name and password. Also see Searching for Music Scores and Sound Recordings in CUNY+.
note: 5,500 recordings
NBER: National Bureau of Economic Research Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of working papers by over 500 professors. After selecting a title, click on Information for subscribers and others expecting no-cost downloads, and enter your CUNY e-mail address in the form. Access only for those with CUNY e-mail addresses.
note: professors' working papers
NetLibrary Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
NetLibrary hosts a collection of 2,594 recent scholarly titles as electronic books. These titles represent all disciplines and are aimed at both undergraduate and graduate research needs. While all of CUNY shares a core of NetLibrary titles, several campuses, including the Graduate Center, have purchased additional titles. NetLibrary also provides access to over 3,400 public-domain titles. While no title list is provided within NetLibrary, one can be created by going to CUNY+, limiting the search to the Graduate Center, and performing the keyword search netlibrary. To use NetLibrary from home, you must first connect to the site on any CUNY campus and click on Create a free account. Accounts can also be created by connecting to NetLibrary remotely. Titles may be checked out for only twenty-four hours. Student accounts are purged at the end of each spring semester, necessitating creating new accounts. This brief guide may also be helpful. Several CUNY campuses own NetLibrary titles not available to Graduate Center affiliates. Mac users must download a free PDF browser plug-in for off-campus use. New York Public Library Electronic books are also available from New York Public Library. Links to numerous sources of public-domain books can be found at The Online Books Page. Database Guide (PDF)

note: 2,800+ scholarly books
New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Over 1,850 articles by more than 1,500 economists.
note: over 1,850 articles
New York Public Library Databases Unrestricted Resource
Holders of New York Public Library cards have access to several bibliographic/full-text databases. Instructions about applying for a library card are available.
note: access with NYPL card
New York Review of Books Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
All content from 1963 to the present.  Select Print Archive for older issues.

note: 1963 to present
New York State Newspapers Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin, Buffalo News, New York Observer, New York Post, New York Times, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Syracuse Herald-American, Syracuse Herald-Journal, Syracuse Post-Standard, and Westchester Journal News. Also see LexisNexis, New York Times Full Text, and Custom Newspapers.
note: 10 newspapers
New York Times Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
Actual page images from 1851 through 2007. The coverage for more recent years will become available later. When the results of a search are displayed, you have three retrieval options: 1. bibliographic citation and abstract; 2. article image (retrieved with Adobe Acrobat Reader); 3. page map, displaying the entire page on which the article appears. The full text of the Times since June 1, 1980, is available from LexisNexis. Database Guide (PDF)

note: 1851-2007
Nineteenth Century Masterfile Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Also known as Poole's Plus, this database includes over eight million citations to periodical articles, books, patents, and American and British government documents before 1925.
note: index of documents before 1925
Nursing Education in Video Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains video
The Graduate Center has a trial through November 8 to this collection of 260 videos created for the education and training of nurses, nursing assistants, and other healthcare workers.
note: trial ends Nov. 8
Nursing Resource Center Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Includes text of more than 20 reference books, over 200 animations from Blausen Medical's Human Atlas, and citations from more than 500 journals.

note: over 20 reference books
NYCdata Unrestricted Resource
Demographic, political, financial, and cultural information.
Old New York Times link Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
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note: 1851-2007
Opposing Viewpoints Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Social-issues information from newspaper and magazine articles, Gale reference sources, government and organizational statistics, primary documents, and over 1,800 annotated Web sites.
note: social-issues sources
Oxford Art Online (formerly Grove Art) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Electronic version of Grove's The Dictionary of Art. Also includes The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms, The Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, The Oxford Companion to Western Art, and 100,000 images from the Bridgeman Art Library. The 34 volumes of the text edition of Grove Art are available in the library's reference collection under Ref. N31.D5 1996. Database Guide (PDF).
note: art dictionary
Oxford Bibliographies Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Bibliographies in Atlantic history, biblical studies, Buddhism, the classics, Hinduism, international relations, medieval studies, philosophy, public health, the Renaissance and Reformation, social work, and Victorian literature.  The bibliographies are drawn from books, journals, and internet resources.

note: humanities and social sciences bibliographies
Oxford English Dictionary Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
The complete contents of the second edition of The Oxford English Dictionary.  Tutorial.  Database Guide (PDF)

Oxford Handbooks Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Collection of 90 Oxford University Press handbooks  in business and management, philosophy, political science, and religion.

note: philosophy, political science, religion, and business
Oxford Journals Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Includes the text of 262 Oxford University Press journals from 1996 to the present.  Use the database's advanced search function to search by author, article titles, or journal or by year.  Although content prior to 1996 may be searched, the Graduate Center has access only to text from 1996 to the present.

note: 262 journals from 1996 to present
Oxford Language Dictionaries Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Translations of thousands of Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish words and phrases.
note: six languages
Oxford Music Online (formerly Grove Music) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Online version of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd edition. Also includes The Oxford Companion to Music and The Oxford Dictionary of Music. The 29 volumes of the text edition are available in the library's reference collection under Ref. ML100.N48 2001. Oxford Music Online also includes the contents of The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz and The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Database Guide (PDF)Searching for Music Scores and Sound Recordings in CUNY+. 

note: music dictionary
Oxford Reference Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Text of more than 100 Oxford University Press reference works, including Oxford Companions to American Literature, American Theatre, the Bible, British History, Classical Civilization, History of Modern Science, Music, Philosophy, Politics of the World, Shakespeare, United States History, and Western Art.
note: over 100 reference works
Oxford Scholarship Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 3,772 scholarly books published by Oxford University Press. While the Graduate Center subscription allows access to abstracts of books in other disciplines, text is available for titles only in economics and finance, history, linguistics, literature, mathematics, music, philosophy, political science, and psychology. Guide

note: text of scholarly books
PAIS (Public Affairs Information Service International) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliographic citations from journals, books, government documents, and additional sources dealing with public policy, social policy, and the social sciences in general from 1915 to the present. Database Guide (PDF)

note: public-policy citations
PAIS Archive Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Bibliographic citations from journals, books, government documents, and additional sources dealing with public policy, social policy, and the social sciences in general from 1915 to the present.
note: citations beginning 1915
Palgrave Connect Education Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 79 books.

note: 79 books
Palgrave Connect Language and Linguistics Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 16 books.

note: 16 books
Palgrave Connect Literature Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 120 books.

note: 120 books
Palgrave Connect Social Sciences Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 87 books.

note: 87 books
PEP: Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing provides the full text of 26 psychoanalysis journals from 1871 through 2006, 56 classic psychoanalytic books, and all 24 volumes of The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud.

note: psychoanalytic journals and texts
Philosopher's Index Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliographic citations from philosophy journals and books in Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish from 1940 to the present. Nearly 570 journals from thirty-eight countries are indexed. Approximately eighty percent of citations are from journal articles, the rest from books. More than 10,000 new records are added annually. Most records beginning in 1970 have abstracts.Database Guide (PDF)

note: indexes 570 journals
Professional Development Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Provides the full text of 550 education journals and more than 200 educational reports. Indexes an additional 150 journals.
note: education journals & reports
Project Muse Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 316 journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Click here for a list of the available titles.Database Guide (PDF)

note: 316 scholarly journals
Project Muse (alternate site) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 316 journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Click here for a list of the available titles.
note: 316 scholarly journals
PsycArticles Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Covers general psychology and basic, applied, specialized, clinical, and theoretical research in psychology. Contains over 150,000 articles from 70 American Psychological Association journals and eight journals from related organizations from 1985 to the present. Also includes letters to the editor and errata. Database Guide (PDF)

note: 70 APA journals
PsycBooks Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
This American Psychological Association (APA) database provides the full text of more than 2,000 APA books published since 1950, including over 100 out-of-print titles. Also included are 1,500 archival resources from other publishers dating back to the 1660s and more than 1,500 entries from Encyclopedia of Psychology, published in 2000 by APA and Oxford University Press.
note: 2,000 APA books
PsycCritiques Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Book-review database produced by the American Psychological Association, featuring full text reviews of scholarly and professional books in psychology from 1956 to the present, as well as reviews from a psychological perspective of popular films and trade books.
note: book reviews
PsycInfo Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Abstracts of articles from nearly 2,000 journals in thirty-five languages since 1872 and abstracts of books and essays in books from 1987 to the present. Datatabe Guide (PDF)

note: abstracts since 1872
Public Library of Science (PLoS) Unrestricted Resource Some full text
PLoS Biology, PLoS Computational Biology, PLoS Genetics, PLoS Medicine, and PLoS Pathogens offer open access to recent scientific reports.
note: free scientific reports
PubMed Central Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
Free scientific and medical abstracts and citations with some text. Our FindIt! service will works within PubMed so you can see if we posses the full-text of a citation or request it using ILL.
note: free scientific and medical abstracts and citations, with some text
Readers' Guide Full-Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes popular general-interest periodicals from 1983 to the present.
note: popular periodicals since 1983
Readers' Guide Retrospective Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Indexes popular general-interest periodicals from 1890 to 1982.
note: indexes periodicals since 1890
RefWorks Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Online citation management licensed for all CUNY affiliates. Generate footnotes and bibliography in any writing style; organize citations and notes in your private library. RefShare allows document access for an invited group. 25 MB limit on individual file size; 5 GB individual account limit. RefWorks help guides, tutorials
note: online citation management
Regional Business News Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Most recent thirty days of information from such business wire sources as A&G Information, Africa News Service, Inter Press Service, Resource News International, South American Business, M2 Communications, PR Newswire, Business Newswire, Canadian Corporate News, News Bytes News Network, and Phillips Business Information Highlights. Information provided by these sources covers business, economic, political, and international news events.
note: recent business-wire sources
Research Centers Directory Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Contents of the 2010 edition.  Each entry includes address, phone number, e-mail address, URL, description, size of staff, publications, scholarships, awards, etc.

note: descriptions and contact information
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Over 250,000 citations from more than 300 journals and others sources from 1969 to the present. This database is updated monthly. Also see Searching for Music Scores and Sound Recordings in CUNY+.
note: indexes over 300 journals
RIPM: Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
International bibliography of writings on musical history and culture from periodicals published in seventeen countries between 1800 and 1950. Included are over 5,000 English translations of foreign-language records. The database is the creation of the International Musicological Society, the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres, and UNESCO's International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies, with contributions from individual scholars, archivists, and librarians in North America and Europe. Coverage of Latin American publications is being planned. Approximately 20,000 records are added annually. Also see Searching for Music Scores and Sound Recordings in CUNY+.
note: 1800-1950
RISM: Music Manuscripts after 1600 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
The database, also known as Repertoire international des sources musicales, aims to document the world's musical sources of manuscripts or printed music, works on music theory, and libretti in libraries, archives, monasteries, schools, and private collections and is considered the most comprehensive annotated guide to such sources. It includes more than 564,000 items by over 19,500 composers. The manuscripts reside in over 740 libraries and archives in 31 countries. At least 20,000 new records are added each year. Also see Searching for Music Scores and Sound Recordings in CUNY+.
note: guide to manuscripts, libretti, etc.
Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of the ten-volume 1998 reference work.
note: reference work
SAGE Communication Studies Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 19 SAGE communication journals from 1955 to the present.
note: 19 journals since 1955
SAGE Education Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 36 SAGE education journals from 1917 to the present.
note: 36 journals since 1917
SAGE Health Sciences Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 26 SAGE journals in nursing and health-related fields from 1897 to the present.
note: 26 journals since 1897
SAGE Management & Organization Studies Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 40 SAGE journals in management, organization studies, business, human resources, marketing, public policy, public administration, and industrial relations from 1947 to the present. Twenty-one journals are available from their first issues.
note: 40 journals since 1947
SAGE Political Science Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 29 SAGE political science journals from 1890 to the present.
note: 29 journals since 1890
SAGE Premier Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 527 SAGE journals in the social sciences, sciences, humanities, technology, and medicine.
note: 527 SAGE Journals
SAGE Psychology Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 36 SAGE psychology journals from 1941 to the present.
note: 36 journals since 1941
SAGE Sociology Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 37 SAGE sociology journals from 1952 to the present.
note: 37 journals since 1952
Science Citation Index Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Citations in the scholarly literature from 1900 to the present. Those new to this resource should begin with its tutorial. To search only this portion of Web of Science, scroll to bottom of search screen and check only Science Citation Index. Scopus is a similar citation index.
note: science citations since 1900
Science Magazine Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text since January 1997.
note: 1997 to present
ScienceDirect Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text from 1980 to the present for 1,576 journals and indexing and abstracting of all titles from their first issues. While all titles may be searched, CUNY has full-text access only for those journals to whose print versions either CUNY or SUNY subscribes. The green subscribed-journal icon indicates which are accessible in full text. Most of these journals are in the sciences and social sciences, but there are a few in the humanities, mostly in linguistics. To determine which are available in your discipline, click the Journals button at the top of the search screen. Select Subscribed Journals in the Display box and by Subject in the Sort box. Also see Scirus: For Scientific Information Only, which searches the Web and ScienceDirect at once. Database Guide (PDF)

note: 1,576 science and social science journals
SciFinder Scholar (Web version for registered users) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Chemical and related scientific information. Requires registration. 

See useful tutorials and  search strategies.

Special note for remote users:  after logging in with proxy, please ignore browser warning and click continue,  The browser is merely expecting, SSL certificate confirmation.

To disable browser warnings:


IE=>Tools => Internet Options =>  Advanced Tab =>  Scroll to the bottom and uncheck “Warn about certificate address mismatch*”
note: Special Note for remote users, click more info link

SciFinder Scholar (Web version for unregistered users) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Chemical and related scientific information. Requires registration. 

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Scirus Unrestricted Resource Some full text
Free science search engine includes links to open-access journals.
note: open-access science journals
Scopus Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Abstract and citation database indexes 15,000 international peer-reviewed journals in the social sciences, sciences, and medicine from 1996 to the present. A more detailed description is available, as is a very helpful tutorial. Database Guide (PDF)

note: Cited reference database
Scribner Writers Online Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Reference works about American and British writers.  May be searched independently or within Gale Virtual Reference Library or Literature Resources from Gale.

note: American and British writers
Serials Directory Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliographic and contact information about over 184,000 U.S. and international periodicals.
note: periodical information
Social Explorer Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains images
New York City, Los Angeles, and national demographic maps based on Census data. A companion to Infoshare.
note: demographic maps
Social Sciences Citation Index Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Bibliographic citation, abstract, cited references, and times cited. These records are for articles in major social science journals from 1975 to the present. To search only this portion of Web of Science, scroll to bottom of search screen and check only Social Sciences Citation Index. Scopus is a similar citation index.  Database Guide (PDF)

note: cited references since 1990
Social Sciences Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled Some full text
Indexes English-language periodicals in the social sciences from 1983 to the present. Includes abstracts for articles published beginning January 1994. Includes full text from 250 periodicals.
note: indexes articles since 1983
Social Services Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Abstracts of articles from 1980 to the present.
note: indexes journals since 1980
SocIndex with Full Text Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
This EBSCO database indexes 2,540 journals in the social sciences, with full text as far back as 1895 for 253 journals, as well as the text for an additional 72 journals, 547 books, and 6,711 American Sociological Association and American Society of Criminology conference papers.
note: journals, books, conference papers
Sociological Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Bibliographic citations from 2,600 journals concerned with sociology and related disciplines from 1963 to the present.
note: indexes 2,600 journals
Springer eBook Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Text of 19,000 Springer books published from 2005 to the present as well as book series dating back to 1997. The titles cover biomedical and life sciences, computer science, medicine, physics, and related fields. Guide

note: 19,000 books
SpringerImages Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
Collection of 1.8 million photographs, graphs, histograms, and tables in science, technology, and medicine.
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SpringerLink Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of recent issues of 1,234 mostly social science and science journals.. Only the articles with the green-box symbol are available in full text. While the default search screen is Articles by citation, choose the Articles by text tab for most searches. SpringerLink can also be found at Baruch, Bronx Community College, Brooklyn, City College, Hunter, John Jay, Lehman, Queens, and Staten Island.
note: 1,234 science & social science journals
SpringerProtocols Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial of this resource providing more than 22,000 peer-reviewed life sciences protocols.

note: more than 22,000 protocols
Statistical Theory and Methods Abstracts (STMA-Z) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Indexes 111 international statistical journals. Included in Zentralblatt MATH.
note: indexes 111 statistical journals
Statistics Sources Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Content of the 2010 edition.  Guide to current sources of factual quantitative information about more than 20,000 specific subjects, incorporating almost 135,000 citations and more than 1,600 sources. Provides the widest possible range of print and nonprint, published and unpublished, and electronic and other forms of U.S. and international statistical data on industrial, business, social, educational, financial, and other topics.
note: sources of quantitative information
Theatre in Video Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Resource contains video
More than 300 videos of plays or drama documentaries. See Alan Arkin, Peggy Ashcroft, Marie-Christine Barrault, Claire Bloom, Zoe Caldwell, Richard Dreyfuss, Faye Dunaway, John Gielgud, Lou Gossett, Jr., Philip Baker Hall, Julie Harris, Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, James Earl Jones, Harvey Keitel, Walter Matthau, Helen Mirren, Laurence Olivier, Michel Piccoli, Ralph Richardson, Meryl Streep, John Thaw, Cicely Tyson, Eli Wallach, and others in plays by Aeschylus, Albee, Beckett, Chekhov, Fugard, Gogol, Hansberry, Ibsen, Miller, Moliere, O'Neill, Pinter, Pirandello, Shakespeare, Sophocles, Strindberg, Wasserstein, and others.
note: over 300 videos
Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Digital collection of mostly literary texts in Greek from Homer to the fall of Byzantium, AD 1453. Included are 12,000 works by 3,700 authors. Users can create a profile to use features such as setting preferences and saving searches.
note: Greek literature
Thieme Science Collection Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Text of Plant Biology (2000 to present), Planta Medica (1999 to present), Synlett (2006 to present), and Synthesis (2006 to present).
note: four journals
Twayne's Author Series Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full text of 586 books providing biographical, critical, and bibliographic studies of writers from Chinua Achebe to Emile Zola and overviews of eighteen topics, including French structuralism, Native American literature, and women writers of the English renaissance. These writers and topics may also be searched within Literature Resources from Gale.
note: biography & criticism
Urban Studies Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Biographic records in community development, urban affairs, urban history, and related areas from 1973 to the present.
note: article abstracts since 1973
Victorian Popular Culture Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text Resource contains images
The Graduate Center has a trial through October 20 to this collection of documents and images dealing with Victorian popular culture in Great Britain and the United States.

note: trial ends Oct. 20
Wayback Machine Unrestricted Resource
View archive copies of Web sites. Part of the Internet Archive.
note: viewed archive copies of Web sites
Web of Science Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
The Graduate Center subscribes to the full run of Web of Science, covering the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. After performing a search, click the Web of Science button for a complete record, which includes a bibliographic citation, abstract, cited references, and times cited.
note: cited references in all disciplines
Wiley Online Library Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Full-text of more than 1,300 humanities, science, and social science journals published by Wiley and Blackwell.  Text is available for most journals beginning in 1997.

note: over 1,300 journals
Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000 Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff Some full text
Offers over 72,000 pages of documents and 800 images from the State Commissions on the Status of Women, with approximately 5,000 pages to be added annually. Also included is the first three volumes of Harvard University Press's Notable American Women: A Biographical Dictionary, with the remaining volumes to be added in 2009-2010.
note: primary sources
World Shakespeare Bibliography Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Annotated entries for all important books, articles, book reviews, dissertations, theatrical productions, reviews of productions, audiovisual materials, electronic media, and other scholarly and popular materials related to Shakespeare published or produced since 1969. The more than 83,000 records in 92 languages cite several hundred-thousand additional reviews of books, productions, films, and audio recordings. Note that full-text links will not appear in this database.

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note: index of criticism since 1969
WorldCat (FirstSearch) Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff ArticleLinker enabled
Holdings of thousands of American and international libraries. Make ILL requests with the Find it! button. Searchable in English, French, and Spanish. See an online tutorial to the database. See also the freely accessible version of WorldCat. Database Guide (PDF)

note: holdings of thousands of libraries; make ILL requests through Find it!
WorldCat.org Unrestricted Resource ArticleLinker enabled
Free union catalog containing the holdings of thousands of libraries. Use the Find-it at CUNY feature to look up titles in the CUNY library system and to make ILL requests. Mobile WorldCat: http://www.worldcat.org/m/
note: free catalog of the holdings of thousands of libraries; request ILL items with find-it
Worldwide Political Science Abstracts Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
Provides citations of articles in political science, international relations, international law, public administration, public policy, and related topics from 1975 to the present. It indexes over 1,500 titles, 67% of which are from outside the United States. Almost 500,000 records are included, with 20,000 more added annually.
note: indexes 1,500 journals
Zentralblatt MATH Available to Campus Students, Faculty and Staff
2,700,000 entries from 3,500 journals from 1868 to present.
note: indexes 3,500 math journals