Research Databases

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These database links provide access to login pages on campus and at your home; you will need your UNM NetID and password. Also, if you are currently an Upper Division student or have ever taken a 300 level (or above) course you may have to access the databases at <library.unm.edu>. Please call YOUR Library staff at 575.737.6242, or e-mail unmtlib@unm.edu if you have trouble accessing these resources.

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Full text citations to articles for scholarly journals (as far back as 1985). Business, Social Sciences, Humanities, General Science, Multi-cultural Studies, Education and much more.
Tutorials: Introduction | Basic Search | Advanced Search

From foundational science to new and novel research, discover our large collection. "Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies" and OPEN ACCESS journals only can be accessed through ScienceDirect.

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Ancestry.com allows access to world's largest online family history resource. Search census records, voter lists, birth, marriage and death certificates. You also have access to military, immigration and travel records. 

Mango Languages brought to you by UNM-Taos Library

Mango Languages Online Language Learning System. We believe in enriching lives with languages and culture.  

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Access to scholarly journals, news magazines, and newspapers. Includes: Academic ASAP, Business and Company Resource Center, and General Reference Center. 

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More than 500 U.S. regional and National newspapers, wire services, and broadcasts.

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Contains millions of articles originally published in magazines, newspapers, and journals.
Tutorials: Basic Search | Advanced Search

Main-Campus Databases Licensed to UNM Branch Campuses. Note: You may be asked for your UNM NetID and password if you are not on campus.

Micromedex

The evidence-based resources of Micromedex® Solutions are used by clinicians to inform and educate care decisions with the goal to meaningfully improve patient outcomes.
Film streaming for students and professors Watch over 30,000 Documentaries, Classic and Indie Films on Desktop, Mobile Devices and Roku for Students and Professors.
Artstor - Wikipedia

The Artstor Digital Library is an image database featuring an unparalleled range of images from some of the world's leading museums, photo archives, scholars, and artists in one easily-navigated repository.


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