Databases A to Z
Found 8 databases
Provides full text coverage of the worlds leading financial newspaper. Useful for current and historical information on international finance and economics, the stock market, and world events.coverage: 1984 - present
A subset of the Westlaw database used by law libraries and lawyers, Westlaw Campus provides access to a wealth of U.S. and international law sources. Includes access to legal encyclopedias, journals and law reviews, cases, statutes and legislative materials, and European Union resources. Searchable by keyword, legal citation and document title.
Explore history as it happened by searching the pages of Willamette's longest running paper. For over 130 years, Willamette students have experienced and reported on campus, regional, and national events and trends in the pages of the Collegian.coverage: 1875 - May 2014
Contains bibliographic information on books, videos, music recordings, journals, archival materials and digital materials contributed by over 10,000 member libraries worldwide. Includes over 2,000,000,000 records, including manuscripts written as early as the 12th century.
Worldcat contains Books, journals, media, government publications, maps, and more. It also provides electronic resources to which the WU Libraries provides access. There are over 60 million article citations from NLM Medline (medicine and health), ERIC (education), GPO (U.S. government publications), ArticleFirst and British Library serials (articles from a wide range of international journals in all subjects).
A combination of the former Political Science Abstracts and ABC POLI SCI databases. It supplies up-to-date bibliographic information and research within the political science discipline and its complementary fields, including international relations, law, and public administration/policy. The database covers over 1000 journals drawn from the international serials literature.coverage: 1975 - present
WU Academic Commons provides reliable, long-term access to digital works produced by Willamette University community members. The Commons is sponsored by the Mark O. Hatfield Library and Willamette Integrated Technology Services.
The Art Images Collection includes images of archeological sites, buildings, sculpture, paintings, and other art works from prehistory through the 21st century. A constantly growing resource, the collection currently contains over 4700 images chosen to support the daily teaching and research needs of Willamette University faculty and students, in particular those in the fields of Art History and Studio Art.