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  • Access Science
  • Alabama Virtual Library
  • American Chemical Society Publications
  • BioOne
  • Books In Print
  • Choice Reviews email requests to choicereviews@huntingdon.edu
  • Chronicle of Higher Education
  • College Source
  • CQ Electronic Library
  • Directory of Open Access Journals
  • EBSCOhost (list databases)
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica Online
  • ERIC (Education Resources Information Center)
  • Europa World
  • Facts on File
  • Fiction Connection Reader's Advisory
  • First Search
  • Gale Databases(list databases)
  • History and the Headlines
  • Immigration in the United States, 1789 - 1930 Open Collection Program at Harvard University Library
  • Internet Movie Database Includes reviews, biographies and movie trailers.
  • Journal of Chemical Education
  • LION(Literature Online)
  • Movie Review Query Engine
  • Oxford English Dictionary Online
  • Pro & Con Online Archives of Congressional Digest, Supreme Court Debates, and International Debates.
  • ProQuest
  • PubMed U.S. National Library Medicine
  • Resources for College Libraries
  • Routledge Religion Online
  • Sage Reference Online
  • Salem Press (list databases)
  • turnitin.com
  • Women who changed the world (Encyclopaedia Britannica)
  • Women Working 1800-1930 Open Collection Program at Harvard University Library