Magazine, journal, and newspaper articles are generally available via the Internet; however, these databases save time by consolidating credible titles in one location with user-friendly search options.
Hartfield Library Periodical Directory
(Hard-copy periodicals the library subscribes to.)
The websites on this page may also be useful to those performing research.
Physical Sciences, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences, Literature, Education, Business, Newspapers, the Arts, Other Subjects
EBSCO also hosts several thousand eBooks (just like regular books, except they are online) on a variety of topics. Browse eBooks through EBSCO or link to them from Voyager, the library's online card catalog.
Learn to use EBSCO
Learn to use eBooks through EBSCO
Films on Demand
Films on Demand is a web-based digital video delivery platform that allows you to view streaming videos from Films Media Group anytime, anywhere, 24/7!
Learn to use Films on Demand
Instructors: Embed a Films on Demand video into Blackboard
Physical Sciences, Technology, Medicine, Social Sciences, the Arts, Literature, Theology, Other Subjects
Learn to use Gale/InfoTrac
Online compilation of seven encyclopedias (full-text)
Learn to use Grolier
Kentucky Virtual Library
The KYVL is a book catalog for almost 30 Kentucky libraries. It also includes Kentuckiana Digital Library, a shared digital archive collection.
Learn to use the Kentucky Virtual Library
Search national and international print and online newspapers, blogs, newswires, and videos. Find diverse perspectives on topics related to controversial issues, business, education, government, politics, and more. Also includes Science Source.
Learn to use NewsBank
Dictionaries, quotations, language reference, maps, timelines, encyclopedia, subject reference
Learn to use Oxford Reference
Career and Technical information, Nursing and Allied Health, Newspapers
Learn to use ProQuest
Economics, Global Issues, History, Politics, Science, Social Issues, Pro vs. Con
Learn to use SIRS Researcher
Online card catalog for KCTCS Libraries
Learn to use Voyager