Full-text coverage of almost 900 journals. Focus is on scientific, technical and medical fields, with significant coverage of social sciences as well. (use buttons at top of page to go to journals or do a search)
The ADS provides access to more than 12.7 million records covering publications in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and the arXiv e-prints. Abstracts and full-text of major astronomy and physics publications are searchable.
Use this search engine to find scholarly works, including many online journals. You can set your preferences to link to Penfield's many databases in this way: 1) choose settings; 2) click library links in the left column and type "SUNY Oswego"; 3) select the link provided; 4) click "save."
Indexing and full-text, dates of coverage vary by title (many 1975-present).
This interdisciplinary scholarly collection offers information in nearly every area of academic study, including: sciences, social sciences, arts & literature, ethnic studies, and many more.
Search over 2,700 periodicals for information on a broad range of general reference subjects including arts, business, humanities, social sciences, and the sciences. (This product was formerly called Research Library Periodicals.)
Searching and Retrieval Tips
Tips when searching for articles in our databases including the Find Research Materials search engine:
Use search operators AND & OR to build search strategy.
Use OR when you want to find articles that contain one or the other of the terms: Coupled Springs OR Couple Pendulums.
Use AND when you want to find articles that contain all of the terms: Seismic Waves AND Rocks.
Look at subject headings for more search term ideas
Use the truncation character * for searching multiple spellings of a word: Collision* searches both Collision and Collisions.
Use “ “ to search exact phrases: “Coupled Springs”
Use drop down menus to limit your search to subject headings. This can make your results more precise.
If the article in not available in the library or online, use Interlibrary Loan to get it from another library.