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These guides provide more detailed recommendations in the specific subject areas listed, including recommended research databases, websites, and library resources and services.
Citing Your Sources
Pace Librarians recommend using the Purdue OWL website to get help with and see examples of how to cite materials in MLA, APA, and Chicago formats.
Best Bet Research Databases - Articles
Academic Search Ultimate This link opens in a new window
Journals, magazines, and newspapers in almost every subject area.
General OneFile This link opens in a new window
A multidisciplinary collection of scholarly journals, news, and popular publications.
Academic OneFile This link opens in a new window
Articles from 1980 to now. From arts to science to technology
JSTOR This link opens in a new window
Citations or full-page images of back issues of scholarly journals, books, and primary sources covering a wide range of topics.
Years covered: 1860s-present
SAGE Journals This link opens in a new window
Journal articles in business, humanities, social sciences, science, technology, and medicine. Years covered: 1847-present. Note: We subscribe to full-text for 1999-present on select titles only.
Opposing Viewpoints in Context This link opens in a new window
Viewpoint essays, articles, statistics, and more giving the pro and con sides on topical social and political issues.
Years covered: 18th Century-present
Search the Catalog - Books & E-Books
When you use Google Scholar for the first time, be sure to go to Preferences and set your Library to "Pace University Library." This will enable active links to full-text articles when Pace Library can provide that access.