Research Tools for Alumni: EBSCO Databases
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U.Va. alumni have access to five outstanding online research tools from EBSCO.
These resources are underwritten by the Office of Engagement Alumni Education program for use by University of Virginia alumni.
- Academic Search Alumni Edition
- Full text for more than 3,350 journals—including more than 3,000 peer-reviewed journals—as well as indexing and abstracting for more than 8,200 journals.
- Business Source Alumni Edition
- Full-text sources ranging from general periodicals to trade publications and top management journals. Additional full text sources include country economic reports, industry reports, market research reports, company profiles and more.
- Business Book Summaries
- Comprehensive summaries are provided for more than 700 of the top business books from the last 20 years.
- CINAHL® Database
- Coverage of nursing, biomedicine, health sciences librarianship, alternative/complementary medicine, consumer health and 17 allied health disciplines.
- Health Library
- Comprehensive coverage of health, wellness and other medical-related topics.
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- Thomas Jefferson: Find major online collections of Jefferson's writings, quotations and other information resources about Jefferson. Visit the Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library for U.Va's Jefferson collections that are not available online.
- Lewis and Clark: Two editions of the Journals of Lewis and Clark (edited by Biddle & Allen in 1814, and by Thwaites in 1905); the published journal (1810) of Patrick Gass, a member of the Corps of Discovery; and the catalog of George Catlin's "Indian Gallery" (1837), painted on his travels with William Clark from1830-1834.
- Google's FastFlip to browse sequentially through bundles of recent news, headlines and popular topics, as well as feeds from individual top publishers.
- Find facts: consumer issues, dictionaries, jobs/employment..."