JSTOR, a Hewes Library database, has become synonymous with "full text" for many researchers. And it is! While the database searches cover-to-cover scans of select scholarly journals, also included are over 40,000 scholarly ebook titles in full text, adding depth and breadth to your research.
Both collections are searched automatically in the default search, so need to change any settings or learn new tricks, but be sure to contact the Reference desk (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you do require assistance (quick guide for more information).
Looking for research materials? If you aren't able to locate what you need in the Hewes Library catalog, consider borrowing from I-Share.
What is I-Share?
Monmouth College's Hewes Library participates in a sharing alliance of 90+ Illinois libraries. Monmouth College affiliates (students, faculty, staff) may borrow materials, for free, from I-Share institutions via their library account. The I-Share database contains over 12 million unique bibliographic records and nearly 38 million item records. This enormous consortial collection, combined with IShare’s resource sharing services, provides ready access to a collection that ranks among the world’s greatest research libraries.
Hewes Library is offering a new anatomy resource on a trial basis until February 6, 2019.
Human anatomy is known to be a challenging subject to master and teach, but traditional resources and lab materials are often limited, making it difficult for students to comprehend essential concepts. Gale Interactive: Human Anatomy is an innovative learning aid that allows students to examine virtual 3D dissections and immerse themselves in interactive research. These powerful tools can be used for in-classroom demonstrations or help with homework and research assignments.
Students can access a flexible and robust learning experience with Gale Interactive, allowing them to
delve deep into concepts with tools to zoom, rotate, and explore models.
experience guided interactive lessons aligned with course curriculum.
view relevant reference content from Gale for further study and research.
use self-assessments to ensure concept comprehension.
access resources on their computer at any time through multiple web browsers.
The Times (London) Digital Archive is an online, full-text facsimile of more than 200 years of the Times, one of the most highly regarded resources for eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century news coverage, with every page of every issue from 1785 to 2012 (6 year embargo).
This historical newspaper archive allows researchers an unparalleled opportunity to search and view the best-known and most cited newspaper, in fact the oldest daily newspaper in continuous publication!
This interface has recently transformed (see image below) for a more streamlined general and advanced search. Consider this database as a primary resource complement to social, political and cultural history courses.