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Find the best library databases for your research. The following databases are available to you as an NJIT student, faculty or staff member. If you are off-campus, you will be asked to login with your UCID account via EZProxy for access.
Alternative Name(s): ProQuest Academic Complete
Ebook Central is a platform used to manage the ProQuest Academic Complete, a multi-disciplinary collection of ebooks. The collection contains 200,000+ electronic books from the most authoritative publishers across the globe. Titles can be read online, downloaded, or transferred to an eReader.
A database that provides coverage of articles on business, marketing, management, accounting, banking, finance, and more. Many articles are available with full-text. Company Profiles are also included as well.
Important: You must register using your NJIT UCID username/email to obtain access to NYTimes Online. NJIT students, faculty, and staff have 24/7 unlimited access including mobile access to the latest news with the ability to save and set up alerts on articles from 1851 to the present. Limited access to archive content: 5 articles per day for content from 1851 to 2002. This includes access to the InEducation academic resources or learning tools.
A leading resource of peer-reviewed science technology and health information. Provides access to the full-text of articles from journals published by Elsevier Science from 1995 to the present. Access across all Elsevier subject collections from the main subject area in sciences, technology, medicine, and psychology and selected titles in arts, humanities, economics and finance, and the social sciences.
Wiley Online Library hosts the broadest and deepest multidisciplinary collection of online resources covering life, health and physical sciences, social science, and the humanities. It delivers seamless integrated access to over 6 million articles from over 1500 journals. Access at NJIT is limited to selected journals and resources.
New / Trial Databases
The following databases are newly acquired or being evaluated for a future subscription.
This comprehensive resource offers instant, searchable access to eBooks which combine visual inspiration with practical advice on idea generation, research techniques, portfolio development and more, across the main visual arts disciplines.
Bloomsbury Design Library provides cutting-edge scholarly coverage of design and crafts worldwide, from 1500 BCE to the present day. It offers an expanding range of authoritative reference and book content, alongside a rich selection of museum object images, which are fully searchable and underpinned by an intuitive taxonomy for seamless navigation.
Business Insights provides in depth coverage of businesses, including company profiles, industry profiles, products and brands, financial reports, company rankings, histories and full text periodical articles.
Formerly GREENR: Global Reference on the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources, it is interactive and current, allowing users to navigate issue, organization and country portals. It's Gale's one-stop site dedicated to studying sustainability and the environment.
Integrating news, global viewpoints, reference, country information, primary source documents, videos, statistics, and more in a single search, Global Issues In Context brings essential, balanced information to researchers across many academic disciplines, as well as newsworthy topics.
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) publishes research methods and experimental techniques in video format. NJIT subscribes to JoVE Bioengineering, Science Education Chemistry and Environmental Science. Trial access to all of JoVE Science Education content through November 2023.
Opposing Viewpoints is the online resource covering today's hottest social issues. This cross-curricular resource supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Informed, differing views help learners develop critical-thinking skills and draw their own conclusions.