- Academic Search Complete (EBSCO): Comprehensive scholarly, multi-disciplinary full-text database, with more than 7,000 full-text periodicals, including nearly 6,000 peer-reviewed journals.
- ProQuest Central: Coverage of over 160 subject areas, including business and economics, health and medical, news and world affairs, science, education, and more.
- Gale Power Search: Search all Gale scholarly and popular databases at once.
- Primo Newspapers Search: Search United States and international newspaper articles by topic. Don’t use this for a specific newspaper.
- ProQuest News and Newspapers: Search United States and international popular news sources. Includes Wall Street Journal; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; 60 Minutes; AllSides Blog; & many more.
- Library of Congress: Digitized historical newspapers by state, language, and ethnicity (1789-1963).
- Regional Business News (EBSCO): Full-text regional business publications from all over the United States.
- Wall Street Journal (1984-present)
- New York Times (1980-present)
Dissertations & Theses
- CUW Institutional Repository: Online CUW student dissertations, capstones, and theses. 1990-present.
- ProQuest Search: Multi-disciplinary, scholarly full-text search platform. Search the dissertations tab.
- PQDT Open: Open Access full-text database of dissertation and theses. 1951-present.
- WorldCat Advanced Search: Choose Thesis/dissertation under content. Request items via inter-library loan.
- Business Source Ultimate (EBSCO): Peer-reviewed, full- text journals and other resources that provide historical information and current trends in business.
- ERIC (Subject: Education) (EBSCO): Citation and abstract information from over 750 educational journals and related documents from the Educational Resource Information Center and educational symposium report literature dating back to 1967. Select “dissertations and theses” as publication type.
- Criminal Justice Database (ProQuest): Comprehensive database supporting research on crime, its causes and impacts, legal and social implications, as well as litigation and crime trends. Select “dissertation” as document type.