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Online Resources

You may access the following Miller Library online resources from the campus network.
If you are a Mac College staff member or student, access may be gained from off-campus by using your campus e-mail user I.D. and password when the login screen appears.
Use the subject guide for help selecting a database.

Subscription Databases for McPherson College Students, Faculty and Staff

Journal, Magazine and Newspaper Articles
Journal Finder
EBSCOhost – All databases including Auto Repair Reference  (Click here for off-campus access)
EBSCOhost Academic (Click here for off-campus access)
ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Source Journals
Newsbank (Click here for off-campus access)
Reference Sources
Credo Reference (Click here for off-campus access)
Encyclopedia Britannica Online (Click here for off-campus access)
Grove Art Online (Click here for off-campus access)
Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians Online (Click here for off-campus access)
HeritageQuest Online (Click here for off-campus access)
Ebrary Academic Complete (Click here for off-campus access)
Gale/Cengage Learning (Click here for off-campus access)

Test Prep and Work Skills
Learning Express

Language Resources

Mango Languages

Interlibrary Loan Resources

Book Citations
Kansas Library Catalog (Click here for off-campus access)
Periodical Citations, Government Publications, etc.
MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
National Science Digital Library
Open Science Directory
Public Library of Science

General Resources Available to All Users

Blue Skyways of Kansas
Directory of Open Access Ebooks
Directory of Open Access Journals
EasyBib Citations Guides for MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles
JStor (only citations and abstracts are fully open access)
Library of Economics and Liberty
Miller Library’s Online Catalog (Search our materials here)
Purdue Online Writing Lab

Search Help

Doing Research: An Introduction to the Concepts of Online Searching – University of Illinois at Chicago
iResearch: Help with searching, references, and how to best utilize library resources (Please note that another institution provides this tutorial)
Using OCLC First Search
Searching on EBSCOhost – PowerPoint