MU online databases can provide references (i.e. citations) to articles and, in some cases, full-text articles in a wide range of periodicals, from news magazines and newspapers to scholarly and professional journals. If you have questions about choosing or using a database or index, please consult a librarian.
Follow the links in the recommended box below for databases that we recommend for beginning your research.
This comprehensive database is a good first step to begin your research for articles. ASP database features full text for nearly 4,650 publications, including more than 3,600 peer-reviewed journals. Indexing and abstracts are provided for all journals in the collection. ASP database offers information in nearly every area of academic study including: social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, physics, chemistry, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, ethnic studies and more. ASP database coverage is from 1975 to present and it is updated on a daily basis via EBSCOhost.
This comprehensive database provides full-text documents from over 6,000 news, business, and legal sources. The outstanding news coverage includes deep backfiles and up-to-the-minute stories in national and regional newspapers, wire services, broadcast transcripts, international news, and non-English language sources.
Journal Storage project is a reliable and comprehensive archive of important scholarly journal literature. JSTOR offers a high-quality, interdisciplinary archive to support scholarship and teaching. It includes archives of over one thousand leading academic journals across the humanities, social sciences, and sciences, as well as select monographs and other materials valuable for academic work.
Courtesy of the WV Library Commission, Learning Express Library is a comprehensive, interactive online learning platform of practice tests and tutorial course series designed to help students succeed with academic or licensing tests.
New databases available from the WV Library Commission. Call the Marshall Libraries 696-2334 for passwords to WV Newspapers and Newspaper Archives dating back to the 1700s.