Includes materials from over 650 reference books on a variety of topics in higher education, including art, business, history, languages, literature, science, criminal justice, and political science.
Note: typically you should not have Credo sources in your final works cited list. This is a tool to help you explore your topic. It does, however, offer links to bridge from here to the other databases!
This resource covers the history and culture of the United States and Canada, from prehistory to the present. Hundreds of full-text journals and books, and selective indexing for journals dating back more than 60 years.
America: History and Life with Full Text covers all key journals in the discipline, state and local history publications, and selected articles from scholarly journals in the social sciences and humanities. In addition to standard search features, this database allows for searching by time period, an essential feature given the extensive range of its coverage.
This comprehensive database includes full text and bibliographic records of leading journals in the criminal justice field.
The full-text counterpart of Criminal Justice Abstracts, Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text contains records selected from the most important sources related to criminal justice and criminology. Many of the full-text magazines and journals are peer-reviewed and available with no embargo.
Humanities Source Ultimate offers access to key content covering literary, scholarly and creative thought. It also includes hundreds of scholarly full-text journals cited in leading subject indexes to round out student research. Subject coverage includes communication, film, folklore, history, literary and social criticism, and philosophy.
Poetry & Short Story Reference Center contains selected works of major and minor American and English poets, along with international poetry representing each continent (accompanied by English translations, when available). Works include plays and speeches, short stories and classic books, biographies, critical analyses, contextual essays and explications for important works, essays on poetic forms, literary terms, techniques and movements, multimedia (audio and video) of poets reading their works and interviews from reputable sources like the Academy of American Poets, the Poetry Foundation, and MacNeil/Lehrer Productions.
Poetry & Short Story Reference Center comes with its own dedicated interface that allows users to browse content by categories such as most studied poems, poets, short stories and themes. In addition, it offers supplemental teaching and learning guides featuring lesson plans and assignments specifically crafted for use with this database. "Poetry Off the Page" lesson plans align with NCTE and Common Core curriculum standards.