Databases: By Resource Type

Access to databases is not limited to on-campus and from a desktop.  You can now add a database app to your mobile device, and you can also access the databases from off-campus. 

Click here for a list of WEBSITES (like the Internet Archive and Project Gutenberg) that provide free and open content.

View information on adding apps for EBSCO and Gale. 

- View information on how to access the databases from off-campus and what information you need.

Click here for a list of current Current Print Periodicals (which can be found in our Circulating collection - please ask at the Lending Services desk for the exact location).

Axis 360 - eBooks from Baker & Taylor



eBook Collection - from EBSCO.

ebrary (ProQuest Ebook Central)


Salem Press eBooks - The Salem Press eBook collection provides access to multiple reference titles covering LiteratureHealthScience, and History. The full text of all titles can be searched, browsed, printed, and downloaded.

eLibrary - to search for images, perform a search on pictures only

Boston Globe - Full text access to articles from 1980 on.

Massachusetts History Online

Newspaper Source

Films on Demand

Videatives - Database of short videos geared to Early Childhood Education.