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Library Access for Fall 2020
Please note that the first time you visit RefWorks, you will need to create an individual account. Click on the Sign Up for a New Account to do so. The account allows to save your citations in RefWorks.
Articles from periodicals (including peer-reviewed journals) on all aspects of business. Contains books, plus reports, papers and company profiles. Selected titles go back as far as 1886, but most begin in the 1990s.
A large and comprehensive index of peer-reviewed psychology journals, plus selected book chapters, books, and dissertations, in some cases back to the 1800's. Produced by the American Psychological Association.
Critical reviews in the subject areas of the physical and social sciences. Offers primary research literature to guide researchers to the principal contributions in the field. Limited titles available, other titles may be requested through the Interlibrary Loan process.
Use Google Scholar to search for scholarly articles across the Web (this can be a good complement to subscription databases). Note the citation tracking feature. This link includes Eastern Washington University indicators. You will see "Find it @ EWU" in your results, if we have the article full text in one of our databases.
PRIMO Search includes articles, books, journals, videos, and other resources at EWU Libraries, Summit Libraries and beyond. The full-text articles are from selected EWU Libraries databases and open access content.
When you find one article or book in PRIMO that looks useful, review the subject terms that are listed in the record. Click on the link for any subject term that looks relevant to view other articles/books on the same subject.
The Gale Encyclopedia of Environmental Health covers events, environmental health statutes, diseases/conditions, environmental health policy issues, as well offering biographical sidebars on key figures in environmental health.
The Global Employment Challenge examines in depth the state of employment in the world today. It finds that there is a serious problem worldwide: lack of productive work for a large section of the labor force.