Full Text Resources for Journal Articles
In addition to those full-text journals available through links in URSUS
records and ejournals@maine, Fogler Library also subscribes to several databases that
index and provide access to full-text journal and newspaper articles. NOTE: Most of these
databases include a variety of material, including full-text articles, citations
with abstracts, and citations.
Finding full text faster
ArticleLinker is a tool that links to full text articles and helps locate print
articles in journals in the library. View the
tutorial to see how it works. (Flashplayer video 4:27)
contact Reference at 581-1673 or the Science and Engineering Center at 581-1691.
General-purpose databases that index a broad
selection of scholarly, professional, and popular periodicals:
Academic Search Complete - Full text for nearly 4,000 and indexing for over 7,000
journals covering the social sciences, humanities, general science,
multi-cultural studies, education, and more.
EBSCOhost Electronic Journals Service - journals available through EBSCO Subscription
Services, including access to many full text articles in all subject areas.
- JSTOR - Full text interdisciplinary archive of 360 important scholarly
journals, from the late 1800s to end of the twentieth century.
- MasterFILE Premier
- Over 1,900 periodicals and reference works covering nearly all subjects including general reference,
business, health, and much more.
Ultra--School Edition [K-12] - 500 general interest and current events
magazines plus hundreds of reference works and thousands of primary source
- Middle Search Plus
[K-6] - 150 magazines covering general topics appropriate for middle and
jr. high school students.
- Primary Search
[K-3] - Over 60 children's magazines and over 100 children's pamphlets,
designed for the elementary school student.
Specialized databases that focus on a specific
subject area or type of periodical: