Online Libraries

Andrews University

James White Library Information Gateway providing links to print and electronic resources including:

Library catalog
Online databases
Online Reference Shelf
Subject Guides
Periodicals A to Z

AskERIC Database
Access and search ERIC Databases covering from the year 1966 up to the present.

ERIC Digests
ERIC Digests, a portion of the ERIC Database, are short reports on current education topics produced by each of the 16 ERIC Clearinghouses.

Accessing licensed online databases will require your user name and password.  These include:

OCLC FirstSearch
Online Computer Library Center references service with more than 60 FirstSearch database collections online.

Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC), updated monthly, supported by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, and the National Library of Education. The world's largest source of education information, contains more than 850,000 abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice.

Links to other libraries and databases

The Library of Congress
The nation's library is the world's largest repository of knowledge. It offers a large selection of searchable databases, including the Vietnam POW/MIA database and the public FTP site. Looking for legislation? Try the Library's comprehensive Thomas section. There are numerous online exhibitions covering everything from 1492 to African-American culture to the Dead Sea scrolls.

ALEX Catalog of Electronic Texts on the Internet
ALEX catalogs and gives access to some 2,000 electronic texts on the Internet

Project Gutenberg
Fine literature digitally re-published

WWW Virtual Library
The WWW Virtual Library is a global subject catalog providing access to academic and reviewed journals, college and university, e-mail newsletters, magazines, newspapers, political, print magazines, publishing topics, business and finance, and other resources.

Internet Public Library
University of Michigan reference service with exhibits, magazines, serials, newspapers, online texts, and Internet Newsletter for Kids. An exhaustive resource of information, hypertext books online, periodicals and links. Browse for books by author's name or the Dewey decimal system.

Project Bartleby Archive
Bartleby is a searchable database of classic poetry, fiction, and nonfiction such as essays and speeches.

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