Armacost Library recently added six new databases to the digital collection.
Created through the partnership of the American Anthropological Association and the University of California Press, AnthroSource is one of the leading sources for anthropological research. AnthroSource provides journal citations, full text of the American Anthropological Association's current peer-reviewed publications, and links to articles in JSTOR. AnthroSource is available both on and off-campus using the proxy server.
Bibliography of Asian Studies Online
A citation database, BAS hold over 680,000 citations to periodicals, books, conference proceedings, and anthologies. Subject matter reaches from the humanities to social sciences. BAS is available both on and off-campus using the proxy server.
ComDis Dome provides citations for the communication sciences and disorders. The Dome indexes books, journal articles, dissertations, grants, and more. ComDis Dome is available both on and off-campus using the proxy server.
Education Research Complete
An EBSCO database Education Research Complete indexes over 1,500 journals and provides full text access to over 750 journals and 100 books. Database topics range from early childhood to higher education. Education Research Complete is available both on and off-campus using the proxy server.
Hispanic American Periodicals Index
Designed and supported by UCLA, HAPI contains citations to journal articles, books, literary works, and more. The database covers a broad range of topics and geographical locations, including Central and South America, Mexico, Brazil, the United States-Mexico border, and Hispanics/Latinos in United States. HAPI is available both on and off-campus using the proxy server.
JSTOR Music Collection
The JSTOR Music Collection provides full text access to thirty-two scholarly music journals. Topics range from musicology to music theory. The JSTOR Music Collection is available as a part of the library's larger JSTOR database subscription both on and off-campus using the proxy server.
These databases can be found on the library's Databases by Title and Databases by Subject web pages.