The AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center
Library Databases

Subscription Databases: These databases are provided through subscriptions paid for by the AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center at Harris-Stowe State University, funding from Title III, and MORENet, the Internet provider of state colleges and universities. For off campus access to any of these databases, or any other issues or questions you may have with these resources please call the AT&T Library and Technology Resource Center at (314) 340-3620 or (314) 340-3622 for more information.

Bridges Cluster Catalog 
Access to the collections of ten St. Louis academic libraries. [Subscription: No] 

Academic Search Elite: offers access to thousands of magazines, journals, images, and reports; many available in full-text. There are also four K-12 appropriate databases and a mobile app for iPhone and android devices.                                                                           Academic Search Premier: An index offering access to more than 3,000 magazines, journals, images and reports, many available in full text.                                                                                                Business Source Premier: A business specific database offering access to magazines and journals as well as company reports, industry overviews, directories, and many other industry and business specific publications. [Subscription: Yes] 

Encyclopaedia Britannica Online
This premier general encyclopedia offers 75,000 articles with over 23,000 biographies in their "Year in Review," is available to browse all the way back to 1993, and includes access to Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of Quotations, BBC and New York Times daily headlines, their "World Atlas", as well as a variety of Web sites, carefully chosen by Britannica's editorial department. World Analyst: Britannica's exclusive database of current and past statistics on the countries of the world. [Subscription: Yes]
ERIC: The Education Resources Information Center
A pre-eminent education database in the world. Sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education. [Subscription: No]

Google Scholar
Through this address Google makes it possible to search scholarly literature including peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, preprints, abstracts and technical reports from all broad areas of research. [Subscription: Yes] 
A high-quality interdisciplinary archive to support scholarship and teaching. It includes archives of over 1000 leading academic journals across the academic fields, as well as select monographs and other valuable scholarly materials. The articles and other materials hat are now in he Public Domain are freely available.  [Subscription: No]
Internet Public Library
A public library for the World Wide Web developed and maintained by the students from the IPL Consortium; a consortium of colleges and universities with programs in information science. [Subscription: No] 
Learning Express Library
Off campus access is available after personal account is established.
Free online practice tests for ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT, PRAXIS, and more. A resume building software is also available on this site. This site is made available by MOREnet.

The central catalog of the MOBIUS Library Consortium, providing access to over 20,000,000 items available from the 60 member academic libraries and two cooperating partner public libraries across the state of Missouri. [Subscription: No]

NCJRS: National Criminal Justice Reference Service
A federally funded Web site sponsored by just about all the justice related federal agencies currently in existence. A major source of information on criminal justice, substance abuse, firearms control, corrections information and everything else in the justice field. This database offers both abstract and full-text document publications. [Subscription: No] 


A full-text index and database of newspapers from across the U.S.A special service labeled "Missouri Newspapers", is provided by state appropriation through MORENet. [Subscription: Yes]
Oxford Reference Online
All access is via userID and password provided by Student Support Services. A collection of over 130 subject dictionaries, English and bi-lingual dictionaries. The Oxford World Encylcopedia, the Osford Dictionary of Quotations, and the expanding collection of Oxford Companion reference books covering at least 25 subjects. Over 500 full-color maps and flags and timelines linking over 2,000 key events of the 20th century with developments in arts, architecture, literature, performing arts, politics & government, science, technology & medicine, society, and war. This database is offered to the students, faculty, of HSSU through Student Support Services. [Subscription: Yes]

ProQuest Psychology Journals
A database encompassing a wide range of topics from leading psychology and psychosomatic journals. Subjects include clinical and social psychology, as well as related disciplines such as genetics, psychology of business and economics, communication, neurology, social welfare, and more.  [Subscription: Yes]
A not-for-profit search site dedicated to providing verifiable, reliable information on the Web from identifiable sources.  [Subscription: No]

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice
This is the online version of a work published by the State University of New York at Albany and the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics. It includes links to other Web sites. [Subscription: No]

St. Louis Public Library
The catalog of the St. Louis Public Library. Need we say more? [Subscription: No]

State and Local Government on the Net
The site provides links to all 50 states, many counties and some city governments including tribal governments as well as Puerto Rico, Guam and other U.S. territories. [Subscription: No]

The Web site of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. [Subscription: No]
Provides easy one-step access to all online federal government resources. Formerly called "Firstgov." [Subscription: No]