E-Resources for Alumni
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Subscribed resources require login with a GW NetID. Visit https://alumni.gwu.edu/email-netid to claim your NetID.
ABI/Inform Complete: Access to nearly 4,000 business-related titles, with most in full-text.
JSTOR Archive: Access to 1000+ scholarly journals. Free content if published before 1923 in the U.S. and 1870 outside of the U. S.
Project Muse: Full-text articles from over 300 scholarly humanities, arts, and social sciences journals.
Proquest Research Library: Covers a wide range of subject matter in both popular and scholarly periodicals.
Dissertations & Theses @ GW: Information about dissertations and theses published by GW students.
RefWorks: An online research management tool that assists in creating citations and bibliographies. NOTE: This links you to Legacy RefWorks (v.2). Log in, then look for a link near the top of the screen to upgrade to New RefWorks (v.3). After upgrading, you can log in at https://refworks.proquest.com/.
SAGE Research Methods (Core): Comprehensive online resource for material to guide users through every step of the research process, including datasets, cases, books, articles and videos. For more information, see http://sagepub.libguides.com/research-methods/researchmethods.
SAGE Research Methods (Data): Collection of teaching datasets for learning quantitative and qualitative analytical methods used in the social sciences. Each dataset is accompanied by a short, clear narrative description of the data and easy-to-follow instructions on how to apply the research method.
ERIC: Access to 1+ million citations in education going back to 1966, with 110,000+ full-text materials
PubMed: Access to citations from biomedical literature
GPO Access: A service of the U.S. Government Printing Office providing free electronic access to important information resources produced by the Federal Government
Using Local Resources in Your Area
LibWebCats: Find local public libraries and state colleges or universities. They may allow remote access to their online databases once you are registered as a user
WorldCat: Access to over 1.5 billion items from libraries worldwide with an emphasis on U.S. titles. The search also provides access to article citations.
Google Scholar: Google Scholar focuses on scholarly literature that may contain full text
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