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Best Bet Databases in General (interdisciplinary topics)
  • Academic Search Premier A Best Bet database
    Scholarly journal articles and popular magazines covering all topics. A great database for beginning searches. 1980s-present (dates may vary).
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  • Newspapers through ProQuest A Best Bet database
    Full text of: Hartford Courant 1992-, Christian Science Monitor 1988-, New York Times 1980-, Wall Street Journal 1984-, Washington Post 1987-
    Also Known As
    • iConn Newsstand
    • Hartford Courant (1992 – Current)
    • Christian Science Monitor (1988-Current)
    • Wall Street Journal (1984-Current)
    • Washington Post (1987-Current)
    • New York Times (1980 - current)
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  • Scopus A Best Bet database
    Scholarly journal articles and conference papers on any topic in science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts & humanities. Includes cited references and h-index information. 1996-present for cited reference searching; partial coverage, without references, to 1823.
    Former Web of Science/Web of Knowledge Users: Scopus has several guides available to help you learn how to use its many functions. Please check the details section for links.
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