Multidisciplinary


Contains full-text peer reviewed journal articles as well as newspapers, blogs, wire services, and general interest periodicals from across all academic disciplines. 

This resource is supported through collaborative efforts between the KU Libraries and the State Library of Kansas.

Contains a very large collection of the Alexander Street Press streaming video, including topics in history, art, international studies, dance, theater, and more.

This freely accessible database indexes thousands of theses and dissertations by American universities from 1902 to the present and provides links to full text where available.

An App for your iPad or Android tablet that lets you download and browse scholarly journals using your KU Online ID and password.  

Cambridge Core searches across Cambridge University Press’s book and journal content.

Please note that searches may retrieve content outside KU's full-text coverage which you will not be able to download. Please use Interlibrary Loan service to request these materials.

Contains citations and abstracts of dissertations and theses submitted by the University of Kansas and published in UMI's Dissertations Abstracts database, and full text of KU dissertations published after 1996 and KU theses published after 2005.

Provides authoritative, credible e-books from scholarly publishers.  Access is also available to mobile devices.

Contains a searchable collection of electronic books on the EBSCO platform which can be viewed or read online. All titles are also accessible from the KU Online Catalog.  (Restricted to 1 simultaneous user per book.)

This resource is supported through collaborative efforts between the KU Libraries and the State Library of Kansas.

Provides access to worldwide patent information. Patents by member states of the European Patent Office and the World Intellectual Property Organization are included. Years of coverage and availability of full text and images vary by country.

Records for all doctoral theses awarded by UK higher education institutions and free access to the full-text to as many theses as possible; coordinated by the British Library.  Records date back to 1800.