There are many different general reference sources or databases which house abstracts or full articles for a multiplicity of disciplines. The list below represents a modest sampling of excellent general reference sources.
Archives Canada (Canadian history, economics, law, political science)
Library and Archives Canada AMICUS (Canadian history, economics, law, political science, art history)
BANQ Bibliothéque et archives national du Québec (Québec history, economics, law, political science)
Modern Languages Association Bibliography (Languages, linguistics and literature)
Online Catalogues of Western Manuscripts (History, philosophy, religion)
The Vatican Library (History, philosophy, religion, art & art history)
World Development Indicators (Social Sciences)
IHS (Economic, political, industrial )
EBSCO or Academic Search Primer (Arts & Sciences)*
ProQuest (Arts & Sciences)
Scopus (Arts & Sciences)*
Duke University Digital Collection (History, art history, literature and more)
Harvard University Digital Collection (History, art history, literature and more)
*These are available to Dawson employees via the Dawson College Library.
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