Science and Water Management Resources
Find Articles (* WWCC Identification number required for off campus access.)
*Academic Search Premier: This is the largest collection of indexed full-text articles available through WWCC. The collection is interdisciplinary so be ready to find lots of articles on varying topics.
*ProQuest Research Library: Find scholarly research, trade publication, newspaper and magazine articles on a variety of topics. Many of the articles indexed in this database are full text.
Directory of Open Access Journals: A collection of scholarly reviewed open access journals. This is a multi-disciplinary database. Please check with your instructor to make sure they will accept open access journals.
*CQ Researcher: A great place look for controversial issues and in-depth background information on a variety of current topics.
*Medline: the National Library of Medicine collects and indexes the information from over 4800 biomedical journals.
National Institute of Health (NIH) / National Library of Medicine (NLM) - Pub Med Central (PMC): PMC is a free full-text database of articles in the biomedical and life sciences.
*GREENR: Find information on environmental and natural resources.
GreenFile: A freely accessible research database (from EBSCO) focusing on the relationship between human beings and the environment,
*Agricola: The US Department of Agriculture collection of publications in agricultural science and economics. Most of the things listed here are indexed rather than full-text.
*National Newspapers Core: Search the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, and Washington Post all at the same time.
*Newspaper Source: Find news articles from around the world.
*Washington State Newsstand: Articles from newspapers such as the Seattle Times and Tri-City Herald.
*Films on Demand: FOD Digital Education Video provides high-quality multimedia films for academic, vocational, and life-skills content.
Useful Web Pages
NEED HELP ???!!!: Visit our "Citation Guides and Research Helps" page for lots of cool tools, guides, and tutorials.
ProCon.org: ProCon is a non-profit organization that researches controversial issues and presents a close to unbiased analysis. The stated goal of the organization is to promote critical thinking by providing information.
Internet Public Library: Science and Technology Resources: Librarians and volunteers at the IPL created this collection of web based resources for finding information in the areas of science and technology.
Class/Assignment Guides by Topic: Visit here for additional resources for assignments dealing with specific topics or themes.