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Salem Academy Charter School

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Where can I find resources?  How might I improve my search results?  How might I determine if a resource is available in the library?  How might I request materials that Salem State does not have?  What are some of the differences between this and that database?

This page lists and describes articles and databases available for research at the Salem State University Library.  Off-campus access is restricted to the Salem State community, so if you need to use the databases, use the computers on the first floor of the library.  Ask the Library Help Desk if you need assistance.  Go to A-Z Browse Alphabetical List for a full list of library databases.

Saving Articles - Printing articles is limited to Salem State users.  The best way is for you to save articles as a PDF/Word Document and attach it to an email, save articles on a flash/USB drive, or save articles to your cloud storage. 

Multidisciplinary Databases

Business and Marketing Databases

Healthcare and Sciences Databases

Humanities Databases

Social Sciences Databases

Statistics

List of Journals

Find journals, magazines, and newspapers by title by using our periodicals directory. The library has a wide range of journals, magazines, and newspapers in print or online through databases.

Can't Access Full-Text Articles?

Inter-Library Loan is a great way to get pretty much anything you want from any library in the world.
You just need to fill in an easy online form and the librarians will do the work for you.
Enter '0' in the payment field.
The item will generally get to you within a few days - books will need to be collected from the library and articles will normally be e-mailed to you as a PDF.

(If you are not an enrolled student at Salem State, contact your local public library)