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Databases of articles, streaming videos, and eBooks organized by subject.
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The Resources by Subject Library Guide will direct you to the best library databases for a specific subject area or topic.
Use the library databases to find articles, streaming vidoes, and eBooks. 

  • General
    General information databases that cover multiple subject areas. A great place to begin your research.
  • Business
    Business related databases including news, journals, trade publications, company and industry profiles.
  • Education
    Research databases in the field of education.
  • Psychology & Counseling
    Databases covering topics related to the fields of psychology, counseling, and human services.
  • Current Events
    Find news and search for current events in this list of databases.
  • Social Sciences
    Databases with social sciences related information, including information on history and criminal justice.
  • Health Sciences
    Databases containing health related information for consumers and professionals.
  • Humanities
    Arts and humanities topics are covered in these databases.
  • Book Reviews
    Book review resources for Children's, Young Adult, and Adult fiction and non-fiction books.
  • Children's & Young Adult
    Databases for children's and young adult literature and for elementary and high school level research.

Citation Resources

  • Smarthinking
    Smarthinking is an online tutoring service, available to NLU community members by logging in to your Portal page:
  • APA Style Library Guide
    This guide provides you with explanations, models, and resources for APA style formatting and citation.
  • OWL - Online Writing Lab, Purdue University
    Writing resources and instruction materials including an APA style guide and MLA style guide to help with citing sources.
  • Zotero
    "Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources."
    For more information about Zotero see the Zotero Citation Manager Guide.

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