List of History and Social Science Databases along with tutorials on how to access the databases.
CultureGrams - Statistical and cultural information on countries of the world.
JSTOR includes more than 1500 journals as well as primary sources and books.
EBSCO - A complete and optimized research solution comprised of research databases, e-books and e-journals from sources housed within EBSCO such as: Academic Search Elite, MagillOnLiterature Plus, GreenFILE, ERIC, Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, TOPICsearch, Health Source - Consumer Edition and others.
Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society - Background articles from ABC Clio.
New York Times: Sign in with your School Account to peruse through the archives and news coverage of recent events.
World Geography - Country information from ABC Clio
Virtual Tours and Exhibitions
National Women's History Museum: The Museum researches, collects and exhibits the contributions of women to the social, cultural, economic and political life of American nation in a context of world history.
Some Open Access Databases - (Multidisciplinary subjects)
Book and journal content from the collections of a partnership of major research institutions and libraries, digitized and made public; free full-text
Collection of articles from 2450+ peer-reviewed open access journals; multidisciplinary; free full-text
Bibliographic database of scholarly books and articles in the Library of Congress, National Library of Medicine, arXiv, IngentaConnect, and Research Papers in Economics (RePEC); multidisciplinary; 40+ million citations; alerts and other tools
Portal to 3000+ scholarly journals and other publications partnered with HighWire Press (Stanford University); click "For Researchers" tab to search for articles; some free full-text
Search for articles in 13,500+ scholarly and professional publications on a range of topics; some free full-text