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Useful Non-law Electronic Resources

A variety of non-law electronic databases are available through the University Libraries' Online Database page. Below are links to a few that might be of interest to law faculty. (Use your Pepperdine ID and password to login.) If you have questions or need assistance, contact your library liaison.

For News

LexisNexis Academic and Factiva each provide full-text coverage of thousands of national and international news sources, such as newspapers, wire services, TV and radio broadcast transcripts and blogs, and other web publications.

 

The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Times (Historic), and New York Times (Historic) databases have articles in .pdf format.

For Journal Articles in Disciplines Other Than Law

EBSCO, JSTOR, and ProQuest databases each offer full-text and index searching for journal articles covering a wide array of disciplines other than law.

There are also a number of specialized databases, such as Business Source Premier (business), PsycINFO (psychology), and ERIC (education).

For Statistical Information

LexisNexis Statistical is a tremendous tool for finding statistical information on a broad variety of topics.

 

SimplyMap and Global Market Information Database provide national and international census and demographic statistics, as well as other data.

S & P Market Insight and Tablebase may be particularly useful to find statistical information regarding business and finance.

For Book Reviews

Choice Reviews Online and Book Review Digest Plus are devoted exclusively to book reviews.

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