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Plethora of new database products from Gale

As of September 1st, the Oregon Statewide Database License has moved from EBSCOhost to Gale CENAGE. These are the databases that the State of Oregon subsidizes, making them available to all academic, public and tribal libraries across the state.* This purchase brings us some new and interesting database products.

Side note: EBSCOhost users, don’t panic! The Library has also decided to continue purchasing the products we’ve been getting through the state from EBSCOhost, so you don’t have to worry about any interruption – we’ve got you covered.

The Gale collection includes databases covering health, nursing, psychology, business, environmental studies, computing and education as well as a number of collections that might appeal to your “off-campus” persona, and some educational tools for the K – 12 set too. Please look for all these additions (complete listing below) on the OHSU Library Databases page.

Academic OneFile
Agriculture Collection
Business & Company Resource Center
Business Economics and Theory
Communications and Mass Media Collection
Computer Database
Criminal Justice Collection
Culinary Arts Collection
Discovering Collection
Educators Reference Complete
Environmental Studies and Policy Collection
Fine Arts and Music Collection
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Gardening, Landscape and Horticulture Collection
Health & Wellness Resource Center with Alternative Health Module
Health Reference Center Academic
Home Improvement Collection
Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Collection
Informe (Spanish language)
InfoTrac General OneFile
InfoTrac Junior Edition
InfoTrac Newsstand
InfoTrac Student Edition
Junior Reference Collection
Kids InfoBits
Nursing and Allied Health Collection
Nursing Resource Center
Popular Magazines
Psychology Collection
Small Business Resource Center
Student Resource Center Gold

*For more information on the Statewide Database License, see the State of Oregon page at

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