Trial Databases

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Databases & Other Resources

Index Religiosus from Brepols is an international bibliographic database of theology, religious studies, and church history covering publications in various European languages such as English, French, German, Spanish, and more.  It replaces the bibliography of the Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique and of the Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses (Elenchus Bibliographicus). The database currently consists of approximately 565,000 bibliographic records and is updated yearly with about 20,000 records.  It allows exporting of records to EndNote, Zotero, and more.
until August 1, 2014
No Username or Password Required.  On-Campus Access Only.

Mergent Intellect consists of six segments:  (1) North American Database with company and financial detail for over 21.5 million private US and Canadian companies and over 6,000 US public companies, each with complete family tree details; (2) Global Database with company information for over 70 million global private companies and their corporate family trees; (3) Industry Database representing over 900 industries; (4) Job Search Database for employers in the US and Canada; (5) Residential and Local Business Database with contact information for over 230 million residences and businesses; and (6) Executive Database with contact information and biographies for over 90 million business executives.
until July 30, 2014
No Username or Password Required.

PsycTESTS (Approximately 1918 to present) - From EBSCOhost, provides access to thousands of ready-to-use tests and measures from the American Psychological Association repository.  Tests available include those developed for research projects, but never made commercially available, multilingual tests, and information for some commercially available tests.  Each test record "includes a summary, background information, development history, purpose, reliability and validity data (when available), test format and the citation for the peer-reviewed source document." (text from site 10/30/2013) Tests cover psychology, psychiatry, education, medicine, business, social work, and more.  Most of the tests are available for immediate download for teaching and research.  Updated monthly.
until June 30, 2014
No Username or Password Required.


Last updated July 1, 2014.