These will consist of materials that have been created by the Humanities Institute, and belong to its collection. At this time there are more than five thousand PDF's in our 24 encyclopedias, all authored by accomplished scholars in their fields. Access will be given free of charge to all registered students, faculty and staff of the Humanities Institute.
The Humanities Institute subscribes to high-quality electronic databases. Subscriptions o full-text services provide web access to journals and books. The library's electronic resources are available to all students:
Subscription Services to full-text and bibliographic resources.
EBSCO http://ejournals.ebsco.com/info/ejstitles.asp JSTOR http://www.jstor.org Salem Press https://online.salempress.com
Open Access Sources
The Humanities Institute supports Open Access journals and repositories of historical, rare, and difficult to find documents, recordings, maps, and other invaluable information in the Humanities. Here is a brief listing:
Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Project Gutenberg Internet Archive