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It is easy to browse the library's A-Z list of research databases. Alternatively, you may select from groupings of databases by subject.

Database category definitions:

Catalog - A library catalog that provides searchable access to the holdings of a library or group of libraries.

Full-text - A database with full-text or complete content during a given time period.

Index with Citations - A database that provides citation information about articles.

Index with Abstracts - A type of database that provides citations with abstracts. An abstract is a brief overview of an article.

Index with some Full-text - A type of database that contains the full-text of articles. In some instances, the full-text may not be immediately available.

Web Page - A resource that is accessible on the Internet and is not directly subscribed to by Shoen Library.

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Jennifer Sasser Published in International Journal

An essay by Dr. Jennifer Sasser, gerontology program director, was published in the International Journal of Reminiscence and Lifelong Learning in January 2015.

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March 06, 2015

MARYLHURST MUSIC DEPARTMENT PRESENTS Duke Ellington's Sacred Concerts, Part II

The second of a three-year project performing Duke Ellington's complete set of SACRED CONCERTS, for choir, jazz band, soloists and dancers. With t...

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March 14, 2015

Book Signing: Dr. Jerilyn Felton

Dr. Jerilyn Felton, religious studies faculty and MAIS alum, will sign copies of her book, Four-Footed Ministers In Formation: A training Manual on...

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May 14, 2015

Marylhurst Reading Series: Elena Passarello

Essayist Elena Passarello will read from her recent book Let Me Clear My Throat (Sarabande Books, 2013). Passarello's essays on performance, nature...

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