Answered By: Gabe, Research & Writing Studio
Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016     Views: 580

We get many different databases through ProQuest. Below is a list of databases Western Libraries subscribes to from ProQuest, as of 3/2015, and date ranges of coverage for select databases. In order to access these databases, please use the links in our alphabetical listing so that you can be authenticated as Western user.

  • ASFA: Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries Abstracts‎  (1971 - current) 
  • Biological Sciences‎  (1971 - current) 
  • ComDisDome‎  (1950 - current) 
  • ERIC‎  (1966 - current) 
  • Ethnic NewsWatch‎ 
  • GenderWatch‎  International Bibliography of Art (IBA)‎ 
  • International Index to Music Periodicals Full Text‎  (1874 - current) 
  • Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (LLBA)‎  (1973 - current) 
  • PAIS International‎  (1972 - current) 
  • PILOTS: Published International Literature On Traumatic Stress‎  (1871 - current) 
  • ProQuest ebooks (dates vary - these are best found and accessed through our OneSearch catalog)
  • ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I‎  (1639 - current) 
  • ProQuest Newsstand‎  (1984 - current) Social Services Abstracts‎  (1979 - current) 
  • Sociological Abstracts‎  (1952 - current) 

Note: While ProQuest might be a resource that is familiar to you it may not be the best resource for the research you are conducting. To learn about other resources that might be useful contact a librarian using the information to the right.

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