The Full-Text Periodical Title Locator is a valuable tool to use if you are looking for a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper by title; the Locator will indicate if a title is available in full-text through the ECC Library, whether in print, electronic, or microfilm format.
Academic OneFile contains full-text articles from more than 6000 peer-reviewed/scholarly journals and reference sources, focusing on science, technology, medicine, the social sciences, and humanities.
(EBSCOhost) Academic Search Premier offers full-text articles from over 3900 peer-reviewed/scholarly journals. Coverage of some key titles dates back to 1975.
(EBSCOhost) MasterFILE Premier provides thousands of general magazine articles, many in full text. Coverage of some key titles dates back to 1975.
Ethnic NewsWatch offers full-text newspaper and magazine articles from many ethnic and minority publications.
Newspaper Source Plus offers full-text access to more than 800 national and international newspapers including the Orange County Register, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today, and The Times (London). Full-text television and radio transcripts from CBS News, CNN, National Public Radio, etc. are included. (An EBSCOhost database)
JSTOR Arts and Sciences archive offers full-text back issues of scholarly journals primarily in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. This database also includes a selection of titles related to ecology, mathematics, and statistics. For most of the journals, the time lag between the publication of the most current issue and the availability of this content in JSTOR is 3 to 5 years.
ProQuest National Newspapers Core provides full-text articles and abstracts from five national newspapers:1) Los Angeles Times, 2) New York Times (late East Coast edition), 3) Christian Science Monitor, 4) Wall Street Journal (East Coast edition), and 5) Washington Post.
Note regarding paper issues: Current issues of magazines and journals are displayed on the east walls of the Reference Room; newspapers are on the racks in the middle of the floor. Back issues can be found by asking at the Periodicals/Reserve Desk in the southwest corner of the Reference Room.