OneSearch combines most of the library's resources into a single database. Rather than search databases separately, you can do just "one search." OneSearch includes articles, books, ebooks, and more. (EBSCO)
Google Scholar finds scholarly articles, books, papers, etc. Note: This link identifies you as a Cal U person to Google Scholar. This give you access to items that are full-text through the Library. Look for the "Full-Text @ Cal U" links.
Biological Abstracts indexes the life sciences and biomedical research information. It provides "abstracts," not full-text. Any full-text that appears is because that article was available through another library database. Note: Indexed content is limited to 1998 through June 2019. (EBSCO)
Covers the applied sciences and computing disciplines by providing access to trade, industrial, professional, and technical society journals; buyers guides; directories; conference proceedings; and more. (EBSCO)
This premier medical research database includes very high end journal content, with significant full-text availability. Note: This EBSCO version of MEDLINE provides many more full-text articles than PubMed. (EBSCO)
Find articles from high quality journals covering medicine, exercise science, nursing, gerontology, biological sciences, and more. (Elsevier)
Note: When you search ScienceDirect, you are searching all Elsevier journals--including those to which Cal U does not have full-text access! If you want to limit your search to only those available in full-text, look for and check the "Refine by: Subscribed journals" option to the left of your search results.
Provides access to CAS databases from the American Chemical Society. This is the premier database for researching chemistry and the life sciences (including biochemistry, biology, pharmacology, medicine, etc.). NOTE: You must create an account to use SciFinder! Click on "more..." to learn how.
Note 1:BEFORE you can use SciFinder, you need to REGISTER FOR AN ACCOUNT by creating your own username and password. Once you are registered, THEN you can use the SciFinder link to access the database. Note 2: SciFinder is not compatible with some browser and computer operating systems. Check to see if you are OK by viewing their OS/Browser Recommendations under System Recommendations and Requirements.
Search the full-text of millions of books. Use as a "discovery" tool to find books on your topic. Books in the public domain (generally, pre-1923) are available full-text. Newer books offer limited viewing--from many pages to nothing.Note: This is just for books (and some magazines). To find scholarly articles, use Google Scholar.
The NFSTC provides training, assessment, research, and technology assistance to the justice and forensic communities. Information on programs, DNA/GPA program, DNA training, forensic training, and forensic technology is provided.