Database Tutorials

Gordon-Conwell students, staff, and faculty have access to a number of bibliographic databases. For a complete list of all databases offered and their descriptions, visit the Access Databases website, where you can view the entire list with the option to limit by subject.

The most used and highly recommended database providers are EBSCOhost, JSTOR, and Proquest. Each of the providers offers unique databases to assist you in researching a variety of subjects. 

EBSCOhost offers a variety of proprietary full-text and popular databases from leading information providers. Thirteen databases are provided through EBSCOhost with publication types including articles, eBooks, essays, and book reviews with many as full-text and/or peer reviewed articles.

EBSCOhost Tutorials

JSTOR provides full-text access to core academic journals. Gordon-Conwell subscribes to the Arts & Sciences collections 3, 4, 5, and 13.

JSTOR Tutorials

Proquest provides two valuable databases - Proquest Religion and Proquest Dissertations and Theses (Full-text).

ProQuest Religion is an indispensable resource for religious studies programs, and for anyone researching religious issues and perspectives. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, the world's most comprehensive collection of dissertations and theses, is the official digital dissertations archive for the Library of Congress, and the database of record for graduate research. 

ProQuest Tutorials

Databases can be searched from the 'Articles' tab on the Library Website, from Access Databases, or from within WorldCat Discovery (if the database offers full-text items).

Library Website

WorldCat Discovery (Advanced Search)

The Access Databases website provides a combination of free and licensed resources. Free resources are available to anyone. Licensed resources require EZproxy authentication using your Gordon-Conwell credentials. Note: this log-in information is the same used for access to other Gordon-Conwell services like SAKAI and the CAMS Student Portal. For assistance please consult the EZProxy Help Page.


 

Database Tutorials