Research Resources

Access to articles and journals can be obtained by providing your Sussex College Library barcode number, which may be found on the bottom of your Student ID Card. If you do not have an ID card and cannot visit campus, contact the library for assistance with your barcode number.

Online Materials

Search the following databases for articles and journal texts. Access to many of these databases can be obtained by providing your Sussex Library barcode number, which may be found on the bottom of your Student ID Card. If you do not have an ID Card or barcode number, stop by the Security Office.



Academic Search (EBSCO)

Articles or citations from peer reviewed/scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers. Offers information on the social sciences, humanities and sciences.

American Journal of Physics

Full-text of the entire journal from 1933-present (only available on campus).


Nursing and allied health fields journals. Links to full-text information where available.

Computing in Science and Engineering

Full-text of entire journal from 1999-present, also includes 1997-1998 when the journal was known as Computers in Physics (only available on campus).


Digital reference books, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri and books of quotations. Also provides reference books on subjects like law, medicine and science.

EBSCO (All Databases)

For advanced users. Full access to all EBSCO databases.

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences

Science and related information.


Citations to journals and other publications about education. Links to full-text information where available.

Facts on File

Full-text essays on history, science and health. It also has a curriculum resource center, world atlas and career information.


Links to legal resources.


Archive of articles in various disciplines especially literature. To access JSTOR off campus contact a Librarian.


Citations and articles from biomedical journals.


Full-text articles from regional newspapers around the country. Your best place to find articles from New Jersey newspapers.

New York Times

Full text historical NYT. From 1851-2002, includes images (from ProQuest).

ProQuest (All Databases)

For advanced users. Full access to all Proquest databases.

ProQuest Business

Information about business, economics, banking and trade and industry topics.

ProQuest Research Library

Articles from national newspapers, scholarly and professional peer-reviewed journals, and general interest and scholarly magazines. Provides information on the sciences, social sciences and the humanities.

Reference USA

Now, Reference Solutions. Current directory information on more than 12 million U.S. businesses and 102 million residents. Also provides information on healthcare providers and Canadian businesses and residents.

Wall Street Journal

Full-text Wall Street Journal (1984-current), offers full page and article images. Access to the historical WSJ (1889-2003) is also available through ProQuest.

Library Materials

Search Sussex College Library's catalog of materials and resources.

Gale Literary Index

Search Gale's literary criticism collection for references to Sussex College Library's physical volumes.

Digital Collections


Digital Library NJ

Popular fiction and non-fiction provided in consortium with area public libraries.

Internet Archive

A non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 349 billion archived web pages.


Faculty selected videos available to the college community. For login username and password contact the Library.

ProQuest Ebook Central

Over 30,000 scholarly titles.

Public Domain



A partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world.

Project Gutenberg

The first provider of free electronic books on the internet. Volunteer powered.


Free public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world.

ProQuest Ebook Central: An overview of this vital resource for ebooks. Topics covered:

  • Using ProQuest video help and FAQs
  • Using refinements
  • Benefits of “Book Details”
  • Searching within the book
  • Toolbar highlights