List of Databases
|Subject Areas||Full Text Available|
|Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts||Indexes core journals, priority journals, books, research reports and proceedings. Subject coverage includes librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management and more.|
|Catholic Research Resources Portal||
The Catholic Research Resources Portal, or "Catholic Portal," provides global, freely available access to rare, unique and/or uncommon materials in libraries, seminaries, special collections and archives. By electronically bringing together resources in many formats from many collections, the Portal enables easy, effective and global discovery of Catholic research resources.
|Catholic Library Project||A site focused on academic research of Catholic tradition. The most unique feature of the site is the ability to view and search on English-Original dual-text works of Tradition, which begins now with the Fathers of the Church. Catholic Library Project contains over 55,000 pages in dual-text format, accomplished by means of hand parallelization through the insertion of more than 25,000 data points. This is one of the largest dual-text collections in the world, and certainly the largest digital collection available for Catholic studies. Our motivation for this work comes from the significant benefit that side-by-side viewing represents for students and professors alike. The total content of the site includes over 250,000 pages in Greek, Latin, and English.||Available|
|Catholic Newspapers Online||This list is being compiled by the Catholic Research Resources Alliance with the help of all in support of the goal to provide access to all extant Catholic newspapers in North America.|
|19th-20th Century Newspaper Database||This interactive map, put together by the Georgia Tech Research Institute and the University of Georgia's eHistory initiative, uses the Library of Congress' database of historical newspapers, Chronicling America, to track frequency of keywords in newspapers and visualize the results across time and space.|
|Directory of Open Access Journals||
Provides access to scientific and other scholarly journals that publish research or review papers in full text.
|ERIC - The Education Resources Information Center||The world's premier database of journal and non-journal education literature.||Available|
|Highwire - Free Online Articles||HighWire Press is a division of the Stanford University Libraries, which produces the online versions of high-impact, peer-reviewed journals and other scholarly content.|
|Kennedy Institute of Ethics||Databases from the National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature and the National Information Resource on Ethics and Human Genetics|
|Peeters Online Bibliographies||On this site you will find bibliographical data for specialized research areas. The Peeters Online Bibliographies tries to facilitate research work, combining different volumes of paper bibliographies and cross referencing the different citations.|
|Peeters Online Journals||Peeters Online Journals is an online database for academic resources. It provides worldwide access to a variety of journals in several languages. Peeters Online Journals gives you the opportunity to retrieve the articles you were looking for in an easy, but accurate way.|
|Religious & Theological Abstracts||Religion and theology.|
|Pubget||Pubget is the search engine for life science PDFs. Pubget makes scientific research easier by simplifying the process of finding, managing and analyzing scientific papers.|
|Convocate||Developed at Notre Dame, Convocate is a research tool for investigating the connections between international human rights and Catholic social teaching. It searches theological and legal documents simultaneously, returning results in such a way that users are able to compare these bodies of thought side by side.|
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