This database gathers articles from academic journals and magazines focusing specifically on communication topics. Try this search as an example: Enter gendered in the first box, and workplace in the second box. Under More Options, select Peer-Reviewed Journals.
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Academic OneFile (Gale)Articles from leading scholarly journals and reference sources across the gamut of subjects taught in higher education institutions.
PRO TIP: On the results screen, Filter Your Results to narrow to Document Type, or to Search Within the results to narrow them further.
Academic Search Complete (EBSCO)Academic Search Complete is a scholarly, multi-disciplinary database designed specifically for higher education. PRO TIP: After entering search terms, Limit to Full Text. After results appear, Refine by Source Types.
Google Scholar (Google)This special part of Google provides an alternative way to search for scholarly articles that may be online. Accessing Google Scholar here will cause any search results located in HCC Libraries databases to be labeled Full Text @ HCC.
JSTORContent from back issues of core journals in humanities, social sciences, and sciences. PRO TIP: Use the search bar on the homepage OR the Search dropdown menu OR the Browse dropdown menu at the top of the page to find sources. With Advanced Search you can narrow down the kind of results you want by date, discipline, and item type.
You can search any topic—including literary ones—in these video databases.
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Films on Demand (Infobase Publishing)Collection of videos covering a wide range of subjects across the spectrum of college and university curricula. PRO TIP: In the upper search bar, you can search for subjects. Or just explore the categories on the homepage. Click on the video and you can stream right in your browser. The homepage features full videos and series that are most relevant and popular for the subjects listed. On a video page, scroll to the bottom for more related videos. Transcripts and citation help provided.
Academic Video Online (Alexander Street Press)A collection of more that 62,000 video titles spanning the wide range of subject areas, including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. PRO TIP: Use the search bar in the upper right corner of the page to search for a keyword. Or click the red filter button in the upper middle of the homepage to browse by subject. You can also click the three horizontal bars to explore Channels. Transcripts and citation help provided.