These databases listed here are good starting points for research on American history topics. For a complete list of databases, click the Databases link located on the CSU Library homepage.
This resource provides peer-reviewed journal articles as well as other documents focusing on the history and life of the United States and Canada. The database is most valuable for students in American History and American Military history courses.
This extensive database includes materials on most academic disciplines, and thousands of the publications are peer-reviewed journals. It is a good research option for students in most degree programs and courses.
Videos as well as articles from general and peer-reviewed publications are available in this collection of sources on U.S. history topics. This database is suitable for students in American History, American Military History, and Political Science courses.
ACADEMIC ONEFILE provides peer-reviewed journals plus trade/professional publications, magazines, and other information sources that support a broad range of subjects and programs of study. Its content will be useful for students in most degree programs and courses.
The GENERAL ONEFILE database provides multi-disciplinary coverage in journals, periodicals and newspapers as well as searchable transcripts for various radio programs and video files. This database is a helpful resource for students in most CSU programs of study and courses.
This collection contains both scholarly peer-reviewed sources and trade/professional publications on world history topics. Students enrolled in Western Civilization and other General Education courses related to the social sciences will find this database beneficial.
This database includes primary and secondary sources from the social sciences related to the countries of South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Students researching those geographic areas for General Education courses will benefit from searching this database.
This database includes scholarly journals, magazines, and reports covering all aspects of the past and current state of military affairs. Students conducting research in courses such as American History, American Military History, and Western Civilization will find this collection beneficial.
Users of this database will have access to resources on global conflict that include trade/professional publications and reports as well as a limited number of peer-reviewed journals. War and Terrorism will be helpful for students in the Homeland Security program of study in addition to those in American Military History courses.
Accessing the databases listed on this guide require you to first be logged into the myCSU Student Portal.