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We are excited to share our new Library catalog and search tool! We hope that you will find it easy to search and explore our collections. If you need help, have questions, or want to share feedback, visit the Ask a Librarian page.
To find articles, try the databases listed below. When you find an article you like, look for links that will send you to the full-text of the article. If you have difficulty finding the full-text, check Vassar Journals Collection or the Library Search to see if the Library owns the journal and has the year/volume you need.
1. Discipline-specific Databases for Finding Scholarly Articles
Database of journal articles covering the field of computing including all articles published in Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) journals, as well as ACM conference proceedings, magazines, newsletters, and multimedia.
Database of articles from over 10,000 scholarly journals spanning the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. Indexing goes back to 1984. This database provides cited reference searching capability.
Database of articles from over 17,000 scholarly journals spanning the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. Indexing for many journals begins in 1996 but there is historical coverage for journals published by Elsevier, Springer, and some chemistry and physics society publishers. This database provides cited reference searching capability.
3. Multidisciplinary Databases for Finding Both Popular and Scholarly Articles
Database of articles from over 4,500 journals, trade publications, magazines, and newspapers. Subject coverage spans the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. The diverse mix of publication types and broad subject scope makes this database a useful starting point.
Database of articles from over 14,000 journals, popular magazines, and newspapers. Subject coverage spans the humanities, social sciences, and sciences. Like ProQuest, the diverse mix of publication types and broad subject scope makes this database another useful starting point.
Database of articles from over 2,000 journals covering the mathematical sciences. Indexing for some books, proceedings, and dissertations is also included. Includes reviews of mathematical research contained in the Mathematical Reviews Database. Indexing for some titles begins in the early 1800s.
OAIster has millions of records harvested from institutional repositories of nearly a thousand institutions including MIT, CalTech, Stanford etc. Use it to find articles, theses, technical reports and other gray literature. Most but not all links go to fulltext or to a research website.