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About: Library Articles and Research Databases Collection

The Montana State University (MSU) Library Articles and Research Database collection contains over 240 databases which include over 100,000 magazines, periodicals, serials and journals and more than 250,000 e-books. Additional materials include peer-reviewed articles, sound recordings, film and video recordings, newspapers, business and industry information, maps, data, tutorials, and book reviews. These resources cover subjects such as agriculture, architecture, art, biography, genealogy, biology, books, reading, business, chemical engineering, biological engineering, chemistry, biochemistry, children’s literature, civil engineering, computer science, earth sciences, ecology, English, environmental science, film, photography, government information, health, human development, history, and law. Other topics found include math, statistics, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, modern languages, music, Native American studies, nursing, medicine, philosophy, physics, political science, psychology, religious studies, sociology, criminal justice, women’s studies, gender studies, sexuality studies, writing, composition, reference, and multidisciplinary areas.

These resources are made available to the faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students of Montana State University and Gallatin College. Additionally, individuals from the Bozeman area community may walk-in to the Renne Library to use these resources inside the library building.

MSU Library provides access to these resources in support of the teaching and research of its Gallatin County community. These items are made accessible on campus and anywhere with an Internet connection, whether from a dorm room, a coffee shop, a cell phone, or a wireless connection. These resource subscriptions are funded by Montana State University Library in support of the University’s mission.