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Library Home: Electronic Databases at Martin

Overview of library resources.

Salem Press eBooks

When using Salem Press ebooks off campus you will be asked for your BlackBoard login or your library card number.  If you need help, call the library at 252-789-0238.

NC Live

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  • NC LIVE is a collection of dozens of databases covering many topics.  For a database covering a broad range of subjects go to NC Live and click on the link for ProQuest Central.
  • When using NC Live off campus, you will be asked for your BlackBoard login or your library card number.  If you need help, call the library at 252-789-0238.

STAT!Ref

Logo reads Stat! Ref the premier healthcare e-source

  • STAT!Ref includes full-text nursing and allied health ebooks such as Davis' Drug Guide for Nurses, ICD-10-CM: Clinical Modification, Diseases and Disorders, PharmPrep, Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, and many more.
  • When using Stat!Ref off campus, you will be asked for your BlackBoard login or your library card number.  If you need help, call the library at 252-789-0238.

Database Tutorial

What is a database?  A database is a collection of items stored electronically.  Martin has access to databases containing articles from journals, magazines and newspapers; videos; audio files; still images; and ebooks.

Credo Reference

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  • Credo Reference is an online collection of specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other reference books covering topics such as business, literature, science, history and religion.
  • When using Credo Reference off campus you will be asked for your BlackBoard login or your library card number. If you need help, call the library at 252-789-0238.

A.D.A.M.

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  • A.D.A.M. Interactive Anatomy is a database covering human anatomy.  It includes detailed graphics, an encyclopedia, 3D images, videos and over 3,000 illustrations.
  • When using A.D.A.M. off campus you will be asked for your BlackBoard login or your library card number.  If you need help, call the library at 252-789-0238.

Open Access Journals

North Carolina State University has compiled a great collection of open access (FREE!) journals.  Click here to access them: