Rutgers databases (CCC students may access the Rutgers Library databases from the Robeson Library computer lab):
Access World News - Thousands of North American and international newspapers, plus hundreds of wire services and broadcast news transcripts.
CCC Databases (Be sure to sign up for a CCC Library card to access the CCC databases from home or on campus)
US Newsstearm - Full text access to major national and regional newspapers including Philadelphia Inquirer, USA Today, the Washington Post, and more.
Scientific American - limited articles, may be accessed off campus
Chemistry & Biology Online (access to 2015)
Web based resources
Science.gov - Studies and publications from the Federal Government
CDC Publications - Publications on a range of topics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
* These are also referred to as scholarly or peer reviewed articles containing original research by experts in their field.
Proquest Biological Sciences Collection - Contains scholarship on a wide range of topics in biological sciences, including biomedicine, biotechnology, ecology, zoology, and aspects of agriculture and veterinary science.
Natural Science Collection - Scholarship and technical literature in agriculture, aquatic science, biology, earth & environmental sciences, food science, medicine, meteorology, pharmacology, and veterinary science.
CCC / open access Databases
Pubmed (open access)
PLOS Biology (open access)
Journals, magazines, and newspapers:
Rutgers University's print journal collection is archival, students can browse the journals which are located at the end of the basement stacks.
Camden County College has a limited collection of print journals and popular magazines located at the library on the Blackwood campus.
You can also browse magazines at the Camden County Public Library, located next to the Robeson Library on 5th Street. CCC students with a library card can also download magazines. There are several CC Library locations throughout Camden County. Residents of Cherry Hill, Collingswood, and Haddonfield have their own public library systems as well.
Biology books are located in the QH-QR section of both the Rutgers and CCC library, according to their Library of Congress classifications.
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