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Resources for Research in Science, Technology and Engineering Management

 

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Multidisciplinary

Academic Search Premier     EBSCOhost

Full-text access to nearly 3,500 multidisciplinary scholarly publications, including full text for nearly 2,600 peer-reviewed journals.



ProQuest Central

Allows searching across all ProQuest journals, magazines, newspapers, and databases including ERIC, ABI-Inform, PsychInfo, etc.

 


 

Biology, earth, environmental, and life sciences

GreenFile     EBSCOhost

Articles on human impact on the environment and related topics from scholarly, government and general-interest sources.


Gale Virtual Reference Library, Science section:

Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia


Selected Web Resources on the Environment


 

Mathematics, Computer Science, CIS

Computer Database     Gale

Computer-related product introductions, news and reviews in areas such as hardware, software, electronics, engineering, communications and the application of technology. Coverage: 1980 to present.


 

Forensics


Gale Virtual Reference Library, Social Science section:

21st century Criminology: a Reference Handbook

 


 

Nursing, Health, and Health Administration


PubMed

Over 20 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Genome Project and other sources, some with links to full-text content; also includes MeSH – the database of standardized subject headings, PubMed Central – the NIH free digital archive of journal literature, clinical trials, tutorials, etc. Coverage varies by source; Medline citations go back to 1966.


Health Business Elite     EBSCOhost

Full-text journal articles on health care administration and other non-clinical aspects of health care management.


Gale Virtual Reference Library, Medicine section:

Gale Encyclopedia of Cancer

Gale Encyclopedia of children’s health: infancy through adolescence

Nutrition and well-being A-to-Z


Other supporting e-resources

PsycInfo

The premier index for psychology; full-text access to selected titles.


SportDiscus     EBSCOhost

All areas of sports, including physical fitness, exercise, sports medicine, physical education, management, training, sports administration and law, college athletics, facility design, biomechanics, kinesiology, sports related health issues, such as physical therapy, nutrition, exercise physiology, etc.


First Search

Aggregator of research databases such as WorldCat (books and materials from libraries worldwide), Article First (over 12 million articles); GPO (U.S. government publications); MEDLINE (all areas of medicine); PaperFirst (conference papers index), etc.


E-Book Collection     EBSCOhost

Full-text access to the St. Thomas University Library’s NetLibrary e-books (these titles can also be accessed through the library catalog).


Dissertations & Theses Abstracts     ProQuest

Dissertations and theses from around the world. Coverage: 1861 to present; full text for most dissertations added since 1997.


Gale Virtual Reference Library, Social Science section:

Encyclopedias of Children and Childhood, Sociology and Psychology


Gale Virtual Reference Library, Religion section:

Death and the Human Experience     SAGE


 

Ethics

Catholic/Religion Encyclopedias     Gale

Includes: Encyclopedia of American Religions (7th ed., 2003), Encyclopedia of Religion (2nd ed., 2005), Encyclopedia of Science and Religion (2003), New Catholic Encyclopedia (2nd ed. 2003), and the New Catholic Encyclopedia Jubilee Volume: the Wojtyła Years. (2001).


Catholic Periodical Literature Index

Citations of articles and reviews published in Catholic periodicals, Papal documents, church promulgations, and books about the Catholic faith. Coverage: 1981 to present.

 

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