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Databases by Subject: Library Science

Major Indexes

Guide to Reference

Online guide to reference sources, organized by academic discipline, including humanities; social and behavioral sciences; history and area studies; science, technology, and medicine; and general reference.

Library Literature & Information Science Full Text (H.W. Wilson)

Indexes articles and book reviews in over 400 library and information science journals. Also indexes book chapters, library school theses, and conference proceedings. Full text coverage of over 170 journals. Indexing from 1980-present.

LISA (Library & Information Science Abstracts)

Abstracts of journal articles in over 440 library science and information science periodicals, covering 1969-present. Also includes abstracts of books and book chapters, book reviews and conference proceedings.

LISTA (Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts)

Find articles, books, and conference proceedings in all areas of library and information science.

Additional Indexes

EdITLib Digital Library

Full text of journals, books, conference papers and more, covering educational technology and e-learning, from the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Education Full Text

Citations, abstracts, and some full text of journal articles and books in all areas of education and educational technology. Indexing covers 1983-present. Full-text covers 1996-present.


Find articles and Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) documents in all areas of education.

Gartner, Inc.

Provides research and analysis on the global IT industry, includes online research and reports from 1995 to the present.


Find articles, conference proceedings, technical reports in physics, computer science, electrical engineering, technology and engineering.

Something About the Author

Provides comprehensive online access to all volumes of the Something About the Author series, from 1971 to present. Includes detailed biographies and autobiographies of authors and illustrators for children and young adults.