Online Library Resources

The on-line resources available to Dakota College at Bottineau patrons provide literally millions of items such as magazine, journal, newspaper, and reference citations-many of which are full-text articles. These links are to paid subscription databases, thus the content is reliable.

Instructions for Remote Access:

To access these databases from an off-campus site, you will be required to login. For students, please use your 7-digit EMPL number (without the "w"). Your password is your last name.

Example:asklibrarian.png

Login: 1234567
Password: smith (not case sensitive)

Other patrons should use their 14-digit barcode assigned by the library.

Login: 23122000012345
Password: smith

Additionally, you can log in with your ConnectND (CND) dotted identifier (ex: john.smith) and password to login to online databases and other remote access library services – this is the same log in you use for Campus Connection.

Anyone who has problems with access, please email the librarian. If you don't know your EMPL # or your patron barcode, we can look it up for you.

 

Finding Online Research Materials

 

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For login instructions please click the Ask a Librarian icon above.

 

Category Database
Art Smart History
  Art Project





   
Business EBSCO Business Source Premier
 
EBSCO Regional Business News
   





   
Education EBSCO Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (Lista)
  GALE Educators' Reference Complete
  Education Resources Information Center (ERIC)
  Professional Development Collection
  Teacher Reference Center
  United States Department of Education
  Childcare & Early Education Research Connections
  Early Childhood Research & Practice





   
Genealogy Ancestry Library On Campus Only
  North Dakota Department of Health: Public Death Index
  State Historical Society of North Dakota
  Bureau of Land Management General Land Office Records (land patents)
  National Archives
  U.S. GenWeb Project
  Ellis Island (passenger lists)
  Cyndi's List of Genealogy sites





   
Journals-Magazines EBSCO Academic Search Premier
  eLibrary
  Expanded Academic ASAP
  Master File Premier
  MegaFILE
  Student Resource Center-Gold
  World Digital Library
  Student Resources in Context





   
Newspapers PROQUEST Newspapers  
  Historic American Newspapers: Chronicling America  





   
Nursing - Health Alternative Health Watch  
  Consumer Health Complete
  Google Scholar Search
  Health Source: Consumer Edition  
  Health Source: Nursing Academic Edition  
  National Institute of Medicine  
  PDR Health (Physician's Desk Reference)
  PubMed  
  PubMed Central
  Salem Health: Cancer: Genetics: Inherited Conditions: Psychology and Mental Health
  SpringerOpen
  Sweet Search
  Wiley Open Access





   
OCLC OCLC First Search  
  ArticleFirst  
  eBooks
  ECO
  PapersFirst  
  Proceedings  
  WorldCatDissertations





   
Reference WWW Webster Dictionary 
  Roget's Thesaurus 
  Online Dictionaries 
  Foreign Language 
  SwitchBoard 
  BigBook BigYellow 
  US Postal Service 
  Son of Citation Machine 
  American Psychological Assocation Electronic Style Guide 
  MLA Style Center
  Satellite Map 
  Purdue Online Writing Lab
  CIA World Factbook 





   
Science General Science Collection 
  Science Reference Center 
  U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - Species  
  Scitable





   
Social Sciences Salem History 
  Historic American Newspapers: Chronicling America 
  MLA Literary Research Guide 
  Digital Horizons 
  ND Historical Society Photographs  
  Digital Dialects  
  American Memory  
  American Rhetoric  
  The National Archives
  Theodore Roosevelt Digital Collection





   
Viewpoints Points of View





   
Virtual Reference Shelf Virtual Reference Shelf: Selected Web Resources Compiled by the Library of Congress

 

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