UNM Los Alamos

Off-Campus Access to Online Databases

Off-Campus Access to Online Databases

Online Databases at UNM-Los Alamos

The databases listed below may be accessed from off campus. Please refer to the Online Resources Off-Campus Access handout to find the usernames and passwords for each database (available to UNM-LA students, faculty, and staff only).

Career Library - online full-text interactive site for exploring careers, finding colleges, etc.

EBSCOhost - Menu of 43 separate databases across many disciplines (abstracts and full-text).

Encyclopaedia Britannica Online - online full-text version of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Contains the most current updates.

Expanded Academic ASAP - general index to articles across many disciplines from arts and the humanities to social sciences, science and technology, this database meets research needs across all academic disciplines. Access scholarly journals, news magazines, and newspapers - many with full text and images! Offered through Gale.

Films On Demand - Multidisciplinary streaming educational video collection, with large array of topics, including many academic subject areas in arts, sciences, and humantities; pop culture; documentaries and news reels. Many thanks to UNM-Los Alamos Student Government for funding this subscription!

First Search - menu of 12 separate databases indexing articles across many disciplines (mostly abstracts). Offered through OCLC.

Gale Databases -  full list of Gale Cengage databases available at UNM-Los Alamos. Provided courtesy of the State of New Mexico Library.

NewsBank - Access to 3 New Mexico Newspapers and 24 popular news magazines.

LIBROS / WorldCat Local (online catalog)

LIBROS may by accessed off-campus directly at http://unm-la.worldcat.org.

Databases Shared with UNM-LA by UNM-Albuquerque

Any of the databases listed in this web page http://library.unm.edu/find/databases.php#branch, may by accessed on or off campus using your UNM net ID and password.

When accessing any of these databases linked from the UNM-Los Alamos Library web site, you will automatically be prompted for your UNM net ID and password.