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Databases Available

1. Databases Available to All Cardholders From Your Home or Office:

HeinOnline:

MA eBook Pilot Project: New!

We are one of 51 libraries statewide piloting this project, which provides free access to thousands of ebooks. You need to visit one of our libraries once to set up access, but after the initial setup, you can access ebooks from anywhere. This database of eBooks is brought to you by the Massachusetts Library System in partnership with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, funded in part by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Nolo Law Books

Over 100 full-text self-help Nolo law books, brought to you by Ebsco.

RetrieveLaw

Full-text Massachusetts and Federal primary law.

2. Databases Available to Cardholders Who are Massachusetts Residents from Your Home or Office:

All of the above plus...

Gale Databases. An entire suite of databases, including:

Academic OneFile

Law reviews, ABA Journal and other ABA publications, and New York Times full text back to 1995.

General Business File

Includes thousands of business journals, "directory listings for over 150,000 companies, as well as investment analysts' reports on major companies and industries."

General Reference Center Gold

Consumer Reports, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, People, Vanity Fair and many more. Also includes more scholarly titles.

New York Times

1980-date.

ProQuest Boston Globe

Includes Boston Globe 1980-.

3. Databases Available from Inside the Law Libraries

All of the above plus...

Westlaw or Lexis

See Lexis/Westlaw for details on individual locations

...and more.

Individual library databases differ, so contact your nearest law library for details on availability.