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Databases A-Z: Home

An alphabetical list of library databases.

Databases A-Z

  A − C    |    D − F    |    G − J    |    K − M    |    N − O    |    P − R    |    S − Z  

A - C

D - F

G - J

K - M

N - O

  • Off-campus users must create and use a free personal account. 

    Click here to create/renew a FREE account, or go to www.accessnyt.com and from the drop-down choose University of the Sciences and follow the steps there to create a new account. If you have trouble creating or renewing your account, email the New York Times at edu@nytimes.com.
    Once created/renewed, your account is valid for 1 year and can be used on or off campus.

P - R

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S - Z

Acceptable Use of Library Resources

J.W. England Library provides electronic books, journals and databases to the University of the Sciences faculty, students and staff only for educational, research, and related non-commercial purposes. United States copyright law and publisher licenses govern their use.

Generally, you may:

  • View, copy, download, print, and save articles and search results.
  • Use these resources in teaching, coursework, and research.
  • Share an article or its URL with USciences students, faculty, and staff.
  • Cite small parts of the content in published research.

Normally, you may not:

  • Systematically download or distribute large amounts of the library’s licensed content.
  • Use the library’s electronic resources for personal or commercial gain.
  • Provide access to the library’s electronic content to non-USciences users or share passwords or other log-in information with those not affiliated with USciences.
  • Publicly post any of the library’s licensed electronic content on the Web or elsewhere.

For more complete terms of use, check the publisher’s or vendor's website.  When in doubt, contact us via Ask-A-Librarian.

 

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