New Databases

Databases added in the past 6 months
Connect to Global Health on the Web
The only specialized database dedicated to public health. Includes information on international health, biomedical life sciences, environmental health, disease, nutrition, food safety & hygiene, health policy, and sociology of health topics from a global perspective.
Connect to Historical Statistics of the United States on the Web
The standard source for quantitative indicators of American history. It covers dozens of topics (slavery, American Indians, poverty, etc.) and includes 37,000 data series from over 1,000 sources. It allows users to create and download custom tables.
Connect to Kanopy on the Web
A streaming video service containing thousands of videos from leading producers around the world, including PBS, BBC, California Newsreel, A&E, and more. Users can create playlists & clips and embed videos into online courses.
Connect to Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA) on the Web
Indexes and abstracts the international literature of linguistics and related disciplines in the language sciences. Covers all aspects of the study of language as discussed in books, book chapters, dissertations, articles, and book reviews published in over 1,500 scholarly journals. Coverage is 1973-present. Updated monthly.
Connect to lynda.com on the Web
After registering through Technology Training, SCU students, faculty, and staff have access to the entire catalog of over 56,000 tutorials from a wide range of topics including computer programming, web design, business management, and more.
Connect to Merriam-Webster Unabridged on the Web
The largest and most comprehensive dictionary of the English language as it is currently used today. The famous "unabridged" is the latest in the long history of dictionaries directly descended from Noah Webster's original English-language dictionary of 1828. Updated on a continuing basis.
Connect to PhilPapers on the Web Contains full-text articles. Click to see all full-text databases.
A comprehensive index and bibliography of sources for research in philosophy, including books, articles, dissertations, reviews, open access archives, and personal pages maintained by academics. Also hosts the largest open access archive in philosophy. Updated continually.
Connect to ProQuest Research Companion on the Web
A set of 9 learning modules, divided into 3 parts (Finding Information, Evaluating Information, and Using Information), that can be used as a basic course of instruction for beginning college researchers. Individual components, short videos in particular, can be linked to directly and incorporated in Camino course pages, for example.
Connect to Rosetta Stone Library Solutions on the Web
A technology-based, language learning resource providing foundational instruction for 30 different languages (Spanish, French, German, Italian, Latin, Arabic, Mandarin, Japanese, & many more). It features 50 hours of interactive instruction per language; core lessons to build reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills; activities to refine grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation; and mobile apps to reinforce language on the go. Users must create a personal account with a valid email address before first use.
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