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Find the best library databases for your research.
CINAHL Plus also contains searchable cited references for more than 1,230 journals. Full text material includes nearly 80 journals plus legal cases, clinical innovations, critical paths, drug records, research instruments and clinical trials.
CQ Researcher provides in-depth coverage of important issues, written by experienced journalists, footnoted and professionally fact-checked. Full-length articles include an overview, historical background, chronology, pro/con feature, and resources for additional research.
A great place to begin your research process: to narrow your topic, get background information and to gather keywords. Encyclopedias and reference books are not generally used as cited sources in college-level research papers (usually you'll need to take what you find in an encyclopedia and head out to the databases for more advanced sources).
Subject coverage includes: art, biography, business, education, environment, history, information and publishing, law, literature, medicine, multicultural studies, nation and world, religion, science, social science, and technology.
Digital access to movies, music, ebooks, comic books, television, and audiobooks! Solano College library card holders have access through our consortium partner, Napa County Library. Sign up requirements include a SCC library card (a temporary e-card will not work).
Access to over 2700 journals, Federal/State Case Law, and government documents. It contains the complete collections of the U.S. Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, Congressional Record, U.S. Congressional Serial Set, U.S. Code, U.S. Statutes at Large, U.S. Treaties & Agreements, and Legislative Histories of more than 2400 of the most important pieces of legislation in U.S. History
Register an account first at http://www.accessnyt.com or on the app. You will need your MySolano username and password credentials to complete this step. Once you have a NYT account, you can visit http://www.nytimes.com directly.
You also have access to the historic New York Times (1851-1980) and its archives (1981-present).
For articles 1851-1922: free, no limits
For articles 1923-1980: free, limited to 5 articles daily
For articles 1981-present: free, no limits