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  1. Log in to databases using your NetID/password when off-campus. It will be the same user name and password that you use to log into the on-campus computers (netID@my.lsco.edu/password). Databases with the globe icon are freely available on the Web, no login required.
  2. Many of the database articles are in PDF format requiring Adobe Reader to open, a free download.
  3. Click tutorial buttons for how-to videos on using the databases. Tutorials may require Adobe Flash Player, a free download.

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  • Learning Express Library 3.0 Practice tests and study guides for standardized tests and certification exams.
  • Legal Collection (Ebsco) EbscoHost tutorial Law reviews and other legal journals include articles commenting on current cases and legal judgments.
  • Lexis-Nexis/Academic LexisNexis Tutorial Newspapers, news magazines, laws and legal resources and company information.
  • Library of CongressFreely available Internet resourceOn-going digitization projects for the study of American history such as the American Memory Collection, including manuscripts, images and more.
  • Literary Criticism Online (Gale) All volumes of reference set, Short Story Criticism.
  • Literary Reference Center (Ebsco) Ebsco Tutorial button Overview articles from Salem Press reference set series, Masterplots, Critical Surveys, and others, plus full-text of thousands of classic literary works.
  • Literature Collection (Chadwyck-Healey) Poetry of the 20th Century by American and British poets.
  • Literature Resource Center (Gale) Literature Resource Center Tutorial button Critical essays, author biographies, work overviews from many reference sources by Gale.


  • MasterFILE Premier (Ebsco) Tutorial General interest or popular magazines and some academic journals. Use the limit check box for all results in full-text.
  • Math ForumFreely available Internet resourceWeb site for all types of math assistance.
  • MedlinePlusFreely available Internet resourceWeb portal for health research aimed at the general public. Includes  pamphlets, research articles, health news, drug information, and more.
  • Merck Manual Home EditionFreely available Internet resourceStandard reference handbook of disease information published by the Merck pharmaceutical company, aimed at the general public.
  • Military and Government Collection (Ebsco) Tutorial Military and government agency publications on all topics.

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  • Opposing Viewpoints in Context (Gale) Pro/con essays and background reading on current topics from the Greenhaven Press book series, plus articles from news sources, journal sources, statistical sources and relevant Web sites.

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