Articles (Online Databases)

Library databases (also called indexes) are like search engines (but search journal, magazine, newspapers and other sources), usually dealing with a broad subject.

Databases A-Z: Select a Library Database to Search

Electronic Journals: Enter a journal title or ISSN and check for full-text availability at NDSU

Find Newspaper Articles

Research Guides: Starting points for research by subject

If you don't know where to start, try one of these:

  • EBSCO

    The EBSCO Platform is host to approximately two dozen databases in many different disciplines.

  • JSTOR

    An acronym for "journal storage," is an archive of important scholarly journal literature. The database contains the full text of over 240 journals from nearly every discipline.

  • ProQuest Databases

    Covers business, dissertations and theses, newspapers.

  • ScienceDirect

    Full text to some 1,800 titles published by Elsevier. The library pays 25% of its materials budget for these.

  • SciFinder

    SciFinder provides access to CAplus for accessing scholarly literature (over 27 million records, from 1907 onward, and some 44,000 before 1907)

  • Web of Science
    It fully indexes about 9,000 major journals across 150 scientific disciplines. The Science Citation Index Expanded includes all cited references captured from indexed articles.