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Course-Related Library Databases
Academic Search Complete
Multi-disciplinary database provides full text for nearly 7,300 scholarly publications with coverage in virtually every subject area updated daily. Academic Search Premier is a section of this database.
Classical Music Library
Classical Music Library contains online listenable classical recordings. This is a collection of music from Medieval to contemporary.
Contemporary World Music
Contemporary World Music contains sounds of all regions from every continent. It includes genres and a blend of contemporary and traditional world music recordings from many labels throughout the world.
Comprehensive news and periodical article source from 1980 to the present. (AVL)
Grove Music Online
Central location for Grove Music Online, Oxford Companion to Music, and Oxford Dictionary of Music. Also known as Oxford Music Online
History Reference Center
Full-text from history reference books and encyclopedias, historical documents, biographies, photos and maps, media clips, and 60 history magazines. (AVL)
JSTOR (Journal Storage) Arts & Sciences I, II, III, IV, and VII consist of an archive of over 900 refereed, scholarly journals.
Oxford Academic Journals
Oxford University-published journals which cover a wide range of subjects including biology, economics, health sciences, political science, social work, and technology.
Petrucci Music Library
Virtual library of public domain music, especially classical music.
Smithsonian Global Music
Part of Music Online package; virtual encyclopedia of world’s musical and aural traditions.
How to Find Articles
- Go to the Library's web site www.lib.alasu.edu
- Under Research Tools (blue box on left side of page), there are two options in accessing databases:
- 1.) All of our electronic databases are listed under Databases by Title.
- 2.) If you would like resources in a particular subject, visit Databases by Subject.
- For this course, Music; Literature / Humanities, and History / Government / Political Science will be the most useful.
How to Access Databases from Off-Campus
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