♦ Academic Search Complete. Multidisciplinary database of full-text articles from scholarly journals, magazines, government documents and other sources. Be sure to "Choose Databases" and add the Literature Databases to your search.♦ Central Index. Broad coverage of interdisciplinary journals and additional material.
♦ Multidatabase Search Tool Note: Start here if you know the exact title of an article. Looking for interdisciplinary topics? The multiple database search tool may be beneficial as well.
Zotero. Track your materials & cite your sources using Zotero.
♦ Academic Video Online. More than 48,000 video titles spanning essential subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, history, music, film, and more.
♦ Films on Demand. Streaming video database that offers over 20,000 titles, and covers a variety of academic subjects, from producers such as BBC, PBS, Meridian, National Geographic, and more. Links can be shared through email, integrated into Canvas, or viewed in the classroom.
Follow the scholarly conversation through books—and track down your text analysis project with novels, poetry, and much more! See what's available here at SXU with our local catalog, then branch out into the state of Illinois with the I-Share catalog (use the drop-down menu). You can also search specifically for SXU's electronic book collection.
♦ EBL (Electronic Book Library): Results may be viewed online or downloaded. (Download requires an Adobe ID and Adobe Digital Editions (or another ePub Reader app).
♦ EBSCObooks — browse by category. Results may be viewed online or downloaded. (Download requires an Adobe ID and Adobe Digital Editions (or another ePub Reader app).
♦ HathiTrust Digital Library. Preserves and provides access to material scanned by Google, some Internet Archive books, and some scanned locally by partner institutions.
LibriVox Audiobooks: Listen to free audiobooks on your computer, iPod, other mobile device, or burn onto a CD. LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain, and release the audio files back onto the net for free. Most of the texts are from Project Gutenberg, and the Internet Archive hosts the audio files.