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Auto Repair Reference Center is a database that contains information on most major vehicle manufacturers and more than 37,000 domestic and imported vehicles dating back to 1945. The vehicle information includes specifications, maintenance schedules, technical service bulletins, recalls, step-by-step photographs, and wiring diagrams.

(EBSCOhost) MasterFILE Premier provides thousands of general magazine articles, many in full text. Coverage of some key titles dates back to 1975.

GreenFILE focuses on scholarly and general interest articles, plus government reports, dealing all aspects of human impact to the environment. It offers full text for more than 4,000 titles, plus abstracting and indexing information for over 300,000 titles.

Science is the online version of the journal, Science, whose articles rank among the world's most cited research. The content includes Science from 1997 to present. This database provides the full text of the journal's news stories, research reports, and commentary articles, enhanced by abstracts from the online Science archive (1889-1996 coverage), science career information, links to companion Web sites, and other additional Web-only features. 

Today's Science offers reports on contemporary scientific topics. It covers not only fields such as biology, chemistry, mathematics, but also psychology, the environment, science and society.

The Testing & Education Reference Center with Career Module offers many test preparation materials, (tests such as the GED, TOEFL, GRE, LSAT, plus civil service, nursing and military exams), career assessment/resume building/interviewing tools, current information on financial aid, U.S./Canadian colleges and universities.

Vocational Studies Premier is specifically designed to support vocational research in two-year colleges. It offers full-text articles on a wide-range of fields including computer and data processing, cosmetology, fashion design, graphic arts, health information technology, law enforcement and criminal justice, paralegal studies, veterinary assisting, alcohol and drug abuse counseling, biotechnology, and electrical technology. 

Using the Magazine, Journal, and Newspaper databases should also be considered.




 Last Published 3/30/15