A periodical is any publication that is issued on a regular basis, such as daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly.
Students can access the library's databases from home or anywhere off-campus. When you click on the link for a database you will be asked to submit:
1) Your last name in capital letters
2) Your student ID number
Periodical databases give online access to articles published in a variety of periodicals. Many databases specialize in a particular field of study, such as nursing, while others cover a wide range of topics. These databases are searchable by multiple access points: keywords, subject, title of article, author, etc.
Search examples for Academic Search Premier: "civil disobedience"; "civil disobedience and environment"; demonstrations; "protest movements"; "Occupy Wall Street"; "Montgomery bus boycott"
Search examples for ProQuest: "civil disobedience"; "civil disobedience" and "nuclear weapons"; "demonstrations and protests"; nonviolence; Daniel Berrigan
These periodical databases cover all subjects:
Below is a sample of our databases devoted to a particular area or subject field. The last two are recommended for your civil disobedience assignment.