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NWIC Virtual Library: Electronic Databases

For User ID's and/Passwords contact the library staff at the Lummi Campus
email: The Library Staff

long distance: 877-676-2772 EXT 4204, 4214 or 4218 between 8 - 5.

From Whatcom County: 392-4204 ; 392-4214 or 329-4298

Only Proquest cannot be used by patrons who live outside Washington State.


 

Note: To use these databases, you may need to login with a username and password.  For more information, contact the Lummi Library.

 


The Chronicle of Education


Find out the latest news in higher education – For access call the library at (360) 392-4214 or

send an e-mail to the librarian.

 


Ethnic NewsWatch


Ethnic NewsWatch is now found in the Proquest Electronic Database.

 

 

Proquest


On campus access, no user id or password needed.
Off campus access call the above contacts

 


Culturegrams

Physical and Cultural Geography Database.
Contains information about world geography as well as the United
States
. The database includes flags, national anthems and cultural
information about the daily life of the people. There is also access
to recipes, photographs and famous people from each country.

On campus access, no user id or password needed.
Off campus access call the above contacts

 


EBSCO
Academic Search Premier

This database has 3382 periodicals that are abstracted
and indexed (includes 2499 peer reviewed); of these 2031 are full-text
including 1491 that are peer reviewed.

Off campus access

call the library at (360) 392-4214 or send an e-mail to the librarian.

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A digital library of Kappler's Indian Affairs: Law and Treaties may be found at

http://thorpe.ou.edu/treaties.html

 

Federal Indian Law may be found at:

http://www.thecre.com/fedlaw/legal22x.htm

 

Science, Social Science and other scholarly electronic databases may be found at:

http://highwire.stanford.edu/lists/freeart.dtl

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Last Modified: August 14, 2008


 

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The Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency that fosters innovation, leadership and a life of learning, supports the Northwest Indian College's Lummi Library.