Index, abstracts and full text of articles in many engineering disciplines, computer theory, and new technologies.
Now Available through Sage Data. Provides an all-in-one resource for social science researchers and students to access statistics relevant to their areas of study. Includes access to more than 13.5 billion U.S. and international datasets from over 90 sources. Platform includes data downloads and visualization tools. Replaces the Sage Stats and U.S. Political Stats databases. Access to data from 2017-2021, no new data sets added after 2021.
A collection of almost 150,000 EBooks on business, computer science/IT, humanities, nursing/allied health, and more. Additional functionality such as bookmarking, note taking and printing/copying features are available by creating an Ebook Central account. Contains single use, multi-use and unlimited use titles.
US and global industry reports, including overviews, industry performance, and outlook, key companies and statistics, operating conditions, and useful infographics.
Business environment profiles, including consumer behavior, demographics, economics, commodities, and financial markets.
Search by NAICS code or keywords.
(Formerly Safari Tech Books.) Online books on information technology and business.Database also includes learning paths, case studies, videos and tutorials. Whether on-campus or off-campus: enter Franklin University email address to access. You do not need to create an account, just enter your email address.
EBSCOHost Databases Advanced Search
This tutorial explains how to use the Advanced Search features in EBSCOhost databases.
Allows searching for journals by title, subject or ISBN
Displays which database has any given journal/magazine
Provides lists of all available e-journals in a subject area.
There are numerous titles on computer science topics available through the library's databases.
RefWorks is a powerful online research management, writing and collaboration tool designed to help researchers at all levels easily gather, organize, store and share all types of information and to instantly generate citations and bibliographies. This Research Guide will help you get started.
You will need to create an individual account in order to use RefWorks, which you can do by going here: RefWorks Login/Create Account. You must use your Franklin email to create the account, although you can use any password you like. Even if you had an account with the legacy (older) version of RefWorks, you must create a new account and then you'll be able to migrate your saved citations.