GALILEO is the premier database for all university system patrons. It is an electronic library database of search engines for journals, encyclopedias, magazines, and other authoritative information offered by the University System of Georgia.
JSTOR is an electronic archive of core scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. The JSTOR database is unique because the complete archives of these core scholarly journals have been digitized, starting with the very first issues, many of which date from the 1800s.
SciFinder Scholar provides reference to the most accurate and comprehensive chemical and related scientific information. References include information found in more than 8,000 journals, as well as patents, conference proceedings, dissertations, technical reports, and books. SciFinder Scholar currently indexes more than 27 million chemical substances in literature dating back to 1967. In order to use Scifinder Scholar, you must first register by following the "first time users" link.
CREDO Reference gives you a complete reference collection from over 50 publishers, powered by a network of cross-references that cut across topics, titles and publishers to provide answers - and new connections - in context.
Springer eBook Collections offer accurate reproductions of high quality Springer print book publications, together with all the added benefits of an online environment, including exceptional search capabilities and bookmarks.
Hathi Trust is a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and accessible for years to come.
There are more than sixty partners in Hathi trust and membership is open to institutions worldwide
African American Newspapers: 19th Century, with over 89,000 records and more than 50 million words) contains a wealth of information about the cultural life and history during the 1800s. The database contains large numbers of early biographies, vital statistics, essays and editorials, poetry and prose, experience.
American Slavery: A Composite Autobiography gives researchers the only resource that preserves the stories of American slaves as told by the former slaves themselves. From 1936 to 1938, ex-slaves in the United States told, for the first time, stories of what it was like to be a slave in America and what life was like after freedom finally came. The narratives were collected under the auspices of the Work Projects Administration.
The CRDL links to primary sources and other educational materials from libraries, archives, museums, public broadcasters, and others on a national scale and promotes an enhanced understanding of the Civil Rights Movement.
Oxford African American Studies Center combines the authority of carefully edited reference works with sophisticated technology to create the most comprehensive collection of scholarship available online to focus on the lives and events which have shaped African American and African history and culture.
Films on Demand consists of over 20,367 video titles in Humanities & Social Sciences, Business & Economics, Health, and Science. Also included is the new collection of United Newsreels which currently includes an additional 1,923 titles and a new On Demand Help Center, including How-to articles, FAQ's, and video tutorials.
The National Library of Medicine (NLM), on the campus of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland, is the world's largest medical library. The Library collects materials in all areas of biomedicine and health care, as well as works on biomedical aspects of technology, the humanities, and the physical, life, and social sciences. The collections stand at more than 7 million items--books, journals, technical reports, manuscripts, microfilms, photographs and images. Housed within the Library is one of the world's finest medical history collections of old and rare medical works. NLM is a national resource for all U.S. health science libraries through a National Network of Libraries of Medicine®.