Did you know that as an Antioch University student you have access to more information that you find through OhioLINK? Check out the library home page, and then look down to the middle of the left column. There s a box with new research databases: LexisNexis, Sage and JSTOR. Sage Research Methods Online (SRMO) has content from journals, reference books and videos specifically geared to research. By focusing on methodology rather than subject specificity, the content appeals to education, social sciences as well as health care.
JSTOR ( …”Journal STORage ‚ ) has tons of interdisciplinary content- but the most distinctive feature is that each journal archived goes all the way back to volume 1 issue 1. In many cases, journals go back into the 1950s, 30s and even the 1800s. Although we do not have full-text access to everything, there is at least citation access, so that by using Antioch Universities We Deliver program, you can try to get articles from around the world (ask us for help; that s what we re here for).
And LexisNexis has ‚ ¦, well, you tell us! Let us know the most interesting, profound or shocking piece of information you find on Lexis!
Steve Shaw is the Antioch University Midwest Librarian. Read more from his blog, Look Like Books.