Featured Databases

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New article, e-book, and reference databases for Korean Studies

Over the past year, Emory Libraries has purchased three databases that will enable faculty and students to access scholarly research produced in Korea. They include DBpia (and its sister site, KRpia), KISS, and Media Korean Studies. DBpia provides the full text of articles published in over 3,000 Korean scholarly journals in the humanities, sciences, social…

Business Research Guide

Did you know that as part of the Emory University community you have access to a vast pool of resources for conducting business research? It’s true! Whether you are writing a business plan, researching a company for an interview, curious about specific industries and markets, interested in learning about global business statistics, or looking for…

African American Oral History Collection, The HistoryMakers Digital Archive

The HistoryMakers Digital Archive Find it: Go to https://emory.thehistorymakers.com or visit our databases page and search for HistoryMakers Description/focus: The HistoryMakers Digital Archive is the largest video archive of African American oral histories in the United States. Founded in 1999, it contains interviews snippets of hundreds of African Americans from fifteen professional arenas: Art, Business, Civics, Education, Law, the Media, Medicine, the…

Alumni and the Library

As you prepare for graduation, you can count on many of the same great library services as alumni, which you’ve come to expect as a student.  As Emory alumni, you’ll always have access to the library.  You only need to update your record at the Woodruff Library Service Desk or the Health Sciences Center InfoDesk…

Emory Overleaf Pro+ Subscription Now Available!

We are happy to announce the launch of an institutional subscription to Overleaf Pro+, a collaborative online writing tool using LaTex, which is very popular in a number of science and social disciplines due to its ability to handle technical writing. Due to significant demand from existing users of the free and individual paid versions…

Guidestar: New Database for Non-Profit Research

The library has recently acquired a new database that is an excellent resource for conducting background research on non-profits for assignments, internships, practicums, and job searching. Guidestar provides information on millions of non-profits and has easy to use search functions. Library patrons can search for non-profits by state, zip code, number of employees, affiliation type,…

“‘Do I dare disturb the universe?’ The Environment and the Humanities”

The third exhibit in an ongoing series to highlight Emory Subject Librarians and Emory Libraries’ range of collections, “Do I dare disturb the universe?” The Environment and the Humanities, opened on Friday, January 18, 2019, in Woodruff Library’s entry level atrium. Inspired by global industrialization, emerging international environmental movements, resource crises, and climate change, mid-…

“Globalization: Research It Here” Library Exhibit

Scholars in the sciences and social sciences grapple with international issues that concern all of us: immigration, trade, diversity, inequality, and climate change, among others. These common interests inspired the Sciences and Social Sciences Librarians at Emory’s Main Woodruff Library to curate a new exhibit on the topic of globalization that launched in late July of…

New databases: Colonial America

Emory Libraries have purchased several new databases in recent months that will greatly enhance student and faculty research and classroom teaching and learning, and this new blog series strives to highlight each new database individually. Colonial America provides access to digital copies of all 1,450 volumes from the Colonial Office’s CO 5 series housed at…

New databases: Church Missionary Society Periodicals

Emory Libraries have purchased several new databases in recent months that will greatly enhance student and faculty research and classroom teaching and learning, and this new blog series strives to highlight each new database individually. Church Missionary Society Periodicals provides digital copies of the Church Missionary Society (CMS), South American Missionary Society (SAMS), and Church…

New databases: East India Company

The Woodruff Library at Emory University has purchased several new databases in recent months that will greatly enhance student and faculty research and classroom teaching and learning. Today, we’ll profile one of them, called the East India Company. The East India Company provides an array of documents to Emory faculty, students, and staff previously accessible…

Changes to Databases @ Emory coming October 2!

                  Enhancements to our database index are going live next week! What is changing? On Tuesday, October 2nd, Databases @ Emory will transition from a page on the Libraries website to the A-Z Databases platform on our Springshare service. The Library Web and UX…