Articles, Journals and Online Databases
- Academic Earth allows users access to free online video courses from predominant universities.
- EBSCOhost searches multiple databases including Academic Search Complete and Alt HealthWatch. Enter your zip code to access this information through the Arizona State Library. To view full-text articles, use the “advanced search” option.
- Entrez, The Life Sciences Search Engine is a government service provided through The National Center for Biotechnology Information. It allows users free access to books, journals and research that is written by national and international researchers.
- Google Books hosts free books you can preview and some full text books to read.
- PLoS One works in conjunction with Creative Commons that provides links to per-reviewed journals.
- Project Gutenberg hosts the largest collection of free electronic books, with over 25000 books available to users.
Cite your research using APA or MLA
- Purdue Owl is a valuable resource that is available for free to all users for citation help.
- American Medical College of Homeopathy
- Arizona State Library & Public Records
- Maricopa Community Colleges
- Maricopa County Libraries
- Phoenix Public Libraries