|Access to databases from off-campus: your username is the same as the first part of your email address (for example, 15jsmith.). The password is your MAIN Castilleja password (what you use for wifi). If you’ve forgotten this password, please use password.castilleja.org to reset your password. If you need additional assistance contact the Tech Department or a librarian.
Wondering which journals or periodicals are in which databases? Click here to use the CUFTS search to search by periodical title and find out!
|American History (ABC-CLIO) – database that investigates the people, events, and stories that shaped American history.|
|ARTstor – a digital library of nearly one million images in the areas of art, architecture, the humanities, and social sciences. To log-in, use e-mail account/pw combination you used to register while on campus|
|Biography in Context – 600,000+ biographies covering more than 528,000 individuals, living and deceased.|
|Culture Grams – cultural profiles of more than 200 nations.|
|Daily Life through History (ABC-CLIO) – discover the everyday details about past eras that make historical accounts relevant and meaningful.|
|E-Encylopedias – access to e-books from Oxford University Press and Salem Press. Subjects include both ancient history and recent events.
|Expanded Academic ASAP – scholarly and general interest periodicals (full-text and non full-text coverage).|
|Gale Databases – comprehensive list and cross-searchable selection of several Gale databases on an array of academic topics.|
|Gale Virtual Reference Library – access to online reference books in e-book format.|
|Health and Wellness Resource Center – reference material as well as full-text magazines, journals, and pamphlets from a variety of authoritative medical sources.|
|Historical Newspapers – deep archives of major national newspapers, including articles from The New York Times from 1851-2005 — for more recent newspaper articles, use ProQuest.|
|Infotrac Informe – full text of more than 500 Spanish- and Portuguese-language magazines and journals, including academic, professional, and general-interest titles, with subjects ranging from medicine to science to the humanities to lifestyles.|
|Issues and Controversies – in-depth investigations of news and public policy issues.|
|Issues and Controversies in American History – background, outcomes, and contemporary points of view for major topics in American history.|
|JSTOR – full-text scholarly journal articles from all academic disciplines. JSTOR’s coverage extends back to the earliest date of publication of a given periodical, but will not usually include the very latest issues. If you do not have an account with JSTOR, you must create one the first time you visit the site.
|Literature Resource Center – full-text literary criticism, biographies and reviews on more than 130,000 writers in all disciplines, from all time periods. Some full text poems, essays, and prose as well.
|LitFinder – full-text and index entries for literary works from many genres, including short stories, speeches, essays, and plays — includes brief author biographies and critical treatments, but for full-blown literary criticism and/or biography, visit the Literature Resource Center or JSTOR.|
|NoveList Plus – a bibliophile’s database that will give you book recommendations based on your preferences, from theme to writing style to setting, and includes reviews, booklists, and genre guides.
|Noodletools – student research platform with MLA, APA, and Chicago/Turabian citation building, bibliographies, notecards, and outlining.
|OED – the entirety of the Oxford English Dictionary online. Goes beyond definitions and also provides etymology, first usages of a word, evolution of meaning, and more.
|Opposing Viewpoints in Context – information on current hot topics arranged in a pro and con format.|
|Oxford Art Online – home of Grove Art (images, artist biographies, and encyclopedic articles) and access point for Oxford Companion to Western Art, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, and Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms.|
|Oxford Music Online – thousands of encyclopedic articles on music, musicians, and historical periods and the Oxford Dictionary of Music.
|ProQuest Research Library – our largest collection of full-text periodicals and newspapers, with most coverage dating from the 1980’s to the present. For earlier issues of newspapers, see Historical Newspapers above.|
|SIRS (Social Issues Resource Series) – a general reference database exploring social, scientific, historic, economic, political, and global issues.|
|SIRS Decades – 5000 hand-selected primary and secondary source articles highlighting key events, movements, people and places in 20th century America.|
|SIRS Discoverer – SIRS‘ more visual interface for beginning researchers.
|Slavery in America and the World: History, Culture & Law – essential legal materials on slavery in the United States and the English-speaking world, including every statute passed by every colony and state on slavery, every federal statute dealing with slavery, and all reported state and federal cases on slavery.|
|Student Edition – access to more than 1100 indexed and full-text magazines, newspapers, podcasts, and reference books. Topics include current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more.|
|Student Resources in Context – allows you to search for a topic or era and view both generalized and specialized resources, like newspapers, academic journals, and multimedia, to get a full picture of the topic without information overload.|
|World Book – the entire World Book Encyclopedia online, in English and Spanish. Coverage of thousands of topics and good for preliminary research or answers to quick questions.|
|World History: Ancient & Medieval (ABC-CLIO) – articles about all aspects of the ancient and medieval world.|
|World History in Context – allows you to search for a topic or era and view both generalized and specialized resources to get a full picture of the topic without information overload.|