OCLC (FirstSearch and WorldCat) is a company that provides the following databases to WJU
ArticleFirst is a search interface that can link you to the articles you need. It searches descriptions of 23 million articles from all domains of learning.
Good source for finding primary source materials for history and archaeology at museums and libraries.
CAMIO: Catalog of Art Museum Images Online
High quality image search engine that contains art images from digitized museum collections.
Clase and Periódica
Helps you find Latin American journals in the sciences (Periódica) and humanities (Clase).
Electronic Collections Online
ECO searches and links to the WJU's online journal subscriptions.
GPO Monthly Catalog
While this search engine does not contain the full-text of federal government documents, it is the gateway to finding those papers in print or electronic format.
MEDLINE is a government clearinghouse for medical, dental, public health and nursing research.
OAIster (pronounced 'Oyster')
This is a great research tool for History and Archaeology students that need to find primary source material from archives.
OCLC eBooks is a collection of eBooks accessible through the world's libraries. Covers many subjects and offers both scholarly and popular titles.
PapersFirst covers every published congress, symposium, conference, exposition, workshop and meeting received by The British Library since 1993. Includes over 1.9 million papers.
ProceedingsFirst covers every published congress, symposium, conference, exposition, workshop and meeting received by The British Library since 1993. Includes over Over 192,000 items.
This site combines several atlases and biographical resources to create a single source for geographical & political background information.
WorldCat: Search library holdings worldwide
Find what you want in a library near you. WorldCat is a website that searches libraries worldwide.
WorldCat Dissertations and Theses
This database provides fast and convenient access to 8 million doctoral dissertations and master's theses available at libraries around the world.