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All Full-Text Databases, A to Z

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  • null MAS Complete: Full-text articles, biographies, primary documents, images, and more. High school level.
  • null MasterFILE Complete: Offers full-text articles from magazines, journals, reference books, biographies, and primary sources, plus images, maps, and videos.
  • null MedicLatina: Full-text articles from Spanish language medical journals published in Latin America.
  • null MEDLINE: Authoritative information on medicine, nursing, dentistry, pre-clinical sciences, and more. Also see MedlinePlus, a free U.S. National Library of Medicine resource.
  • null Military and Government Collection: Almost 300 journals covering military and government topics.
  • null Newspaper Source Plus: Articles from thousands of newspapers, and magazines, as well as TV and radio news transcripts.
  • null Newswires: (AP, UPI, etc.) Near real-time access to top world-wide news sources.
  • null Nexis Uni: Features more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources – including U.S. Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1790.
  • null Nursing and Allied Health Premium: information from leading nursing and allied health publications.
  • null O'Reilly for Higher Education: includes ebooks, video, interactive media and more on topics like computer science, programming, business, cyber security, and more, including access to 35K+ books, 30K+ hours of video, interactive tutorials, and audio books! For more information, please see How to Access RPCC Library Resources and select O'Reilly for Higher Education for more information on getting an O'Reilly for Higher Education account.
  • null OED: Oxford English Dictionary: A comprehensive dictionary of over 500,000 English language words.
  • null Oxford Reference: Full-text general and subject-specific reference sources.
  • null Primary Search: Full-text articles from popular elementary school magazines with reading levels.
  • null Professional Development Collection: Full-text articles from education journals and reports.
  • null Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection: Over 550 publications in behavioral sciences.
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Important Note:

Access to the LOUIS and RPCC databases is provided by RPCC Library Services through paid subscriptions and annual consortium fees. Access and use of the Databases off-campus is limited to current RPCC students, faculty, and staff only. Authorized users will need their User ID and PIN to use the resources off-campus. Please see How to Access RPCC Library Resources or ask an RPCC Librarian for details.