Virtual Library Resources
For our campus and online students alike, we have extensive online resources available 24/7 through our virtual library. For writing research papers late at night or hitting the books across the country, get the resources you need online, wherever you are. Get to know what we have to offer in the list below.
Not sure where to look, or need extra help? Contact us any time at email@example.com
All Virtual Library Resources are available directly on Blackboard on the Library tab, or on the Student Support links under Library Resources.
The Ebscohost platform consists of 35 databases that offer access to more than 10,000 full-text journals and over 150,000 ebooks across all disciplines, including business, sociology, human services, psychology and more.
Connecticut Virtual Library
Known as Research IT CT, these databases include local, national and international newspapers, business journals, and history resources among others.
This comprehensive database provides resources for legal, business, and in-depth world news.
WestLaw Paralegal Primary
WestLaw Paralegal Primary is a comprehensive law database.
The country’s most comprehensive collection of Industry Market Research Reports, containing industry information for over 700 companies with PDF download of reports available.
Search hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations and subject-specific titles, as well as 200,000+ images and audio files and nearly 100 videos.
Search for detailed information about more than 13 million businesses in the United States. Start your search by clicking on the “Business” link.
Dun & Bradstreet’s Key Business Ratios
Please contact the library at firstname.lastname@example.org to get access this information.
CQ Researcher and Public Affairs Collection
Available directly on your Blackboard course shell under the Library green tab.
Encyclopedia Britannica Online
Available directly on your Blackboard course shell under the Library green tab
Traurig Library Online Catalog
It is recommended that students access the Main Campus Library Catalog to determine if the print materials needed are available for circulation. If the materials are not available, contact a librarian to inquire about an Inter-library loan at email@example.com.