Databases by Subject
Due to state budget cuts, there might be changes to SCSU's electronic resources over the next several months.
Lexis Nexis Academic Universe is back!
Medline is now MEDLINE with Full Text.
Due to budget cut backs the library has had to discontinue several electronic resources.
You can now search Dissertations & Theses from SCSU.
OCLC discontinued access to the following databases: Article1st, Business & Industry, Business Management Practices Dissertation Abstracts International, GEOBASE, GPO Monthly, Papers1st, Proceedings, and World Almanac.
Buley Library Digital Collections include digital objects from the library's special collections and items from other partnerships. Current contents include the David C. Libbey Postcard Collection. In 1990, Emeritus Professor David C. Libbey donated over 1,400 library-related postcards to Buley Library. The subjects include books, printing and most especially, libraries. In the latter category, the New England area is particularly well represented.
ABI/Inform Complete allows simultaneous searching of ABI/Inform Dateline, Global, and Trade & Industry.
Gale Directory Library, including the Encyclopedia of Associations, is now available.
Proquest Biological Science Collection upgrades our current CSA Biological Sciences/Life Sciences subscription to include full-text to many articles. Try it now on the new platform. The current version of CSA Biological Sciences/Life Sciences will end Dec. 31st.
Database access problems
If you are ON CAMPUS and having trouble using the databases, try these "Unproxied" databases links.
If you are OFF CAMPUS:
1) Log in to https://remote.southernct.edu/ (campus network/MySCSU/Blackboard Vista login)
2) In the box on the upper right, type http://library.southernct.edu and click Browse.
You can also click the + symbol to the right of Web Bookmarks, and add a direct link to the library.
3) Click Search Databases or Articles, then All Databases to get to the main database page, and use the link below to get to the Database links.
Note: Viewing will likely be slow, and some links may not work at all, due to the restrictions of the Remote service.
If the power goes out on campus, the Remote server may also go down.
- Last Updated Jan 29, 2013
For direct access on campus to databases when the proxy server (CONSULS login) is down
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