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Academic Search Premier Provides abstracts and indexing for over 3,200 scholarly journals covering the social sciences, humanities, education and more. Also offers full text for over 1,000 journals with many dating back to1990. Includes coverage of over 1,700 peer-reviewed journals.

European research papers archive Provides a common access point for online working paper series from the: Online publications on European research of the European University Institute; Harvard Jean Monnet working paper series; Discussion papers and working papers of the Max Planck Institute for the study of societies; European integration online papers (EIoP); and Working papers of ARENA (Advanced research on the eruopeanisation of the nation-state). Papers included from these series are limited to those dealing with aspects of European integration.

Europemedia was launched in 1998, and offers the latest Internet news, developments and events listings from around Europe, both on a pan-European level and country-by-country. It covers Internet news and issues in the broadest sense, from technology, telecoms and cable & satellite to governmental policy and all aspects of online publishing and new media, as well as more specific company and market information.

ISI web of science Citation indexes covering all disciplines in the arts and humanities.

JSTOR Provides fulltext online access to electronic archive of scholarly journal literature, with an emphasis on the retrospective conversion of selected journals in history, economics, political science, demography, mathematics and other fields of the humanities and social sciences.

LEXIS-NEXIS academic universe It is a web-based version of the Lexis-Nexis service providing access to the over a billion fulltext news, magazine, legal, and business articles and reports. The sources include newspapers, magazines and government documents, state and federal laws and regulations, case law, newsletters, company and industry information. There are also some useful reference and biographical sources included. The database contains more than one billion documents, with more than 9.5 million added per week.

OmniFile full text mega Contains abstracts and indexes over 1,600 periodicals and provides the full text of some 594 periodicals. Coverage includes science, the humanities, the social sciences, general interest topics, as well as business.

Parliamentary questions The PARLQ file, as provided through the CELEX database, contains references to written and oral questions submitted by Member of the European Parliament members to the Council and Commission at question time

ProQuest The database includes periodicals and newspapers articles from over 5,000 publications, with many in full text. It comprises of various databases: ABI/Inform complete, Academic research library, Accounting & tax, Banking information source, Career and technical education, ERIC PlusText, GenderWatch, Pharmaceutical news index, ProQuest Asian business, ProQuest computing, ProQuest education journals, ProQuest European business, ProQuest medical library, ProQuest newspapers, ProQuest telecommunications, ProQuest religion, Research library newspapers, ProQuest research library, ProQuest science journals, ProQuest science journals, ProQuest social science journals, ProQuest telecommunications, U.S. national newspaper abstracts.

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