Dickinson does not provide remote (off-campus) access to library resources including library databases, e-books, and e-journals for alumni and visitors due to restrictions in our subscription license agreements. There are many sources of scholarly information freely available online, however. This guide will point you toward a few of them, beyond the more obvious resources such as Google Scholar.
In addition to the 500K+ open access articles JSTOR offers, anyone can freely read up to six JSTOR articles every month if they register with JSTOR, and researchers who need more articles and downloading options can get access to the JSTOR research corpus through a low-cost JPASS individual subscription plan. Click here for their unaffiliated researcher options.
This annotated list of online research tools is an excellent place to start your research project. It is organized by resource type and broad research subject areas.
A currated academic search engine that allows you to search and retrieve full text articles from more that 4,500 ejournals in the Arts & Humanities.
Actually, a lengthy guide to various kinds of scholarly resources in the Arts & Humanities, organized according to questions about the type of resource you're looking for, and the goal of your research.
A list of scholarly ejournals, arranged by subject, that are completely free to access, or have significant amounts of free content. Note that the list is 4 columns long--be sure scroll to the right or make your browser window larger if you don't see four columns of subjects.
Searchable and browsable database of over 1 million open access journal articles.
Open access to hundreds of thousands of e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics.
Large database of biomedical literature, though full text of articles is only sometimes available.
Peer-reviewed open-access journals covering a variety of fields in science and medicine.