Library databases connect you to articles from magazines, newspapers, journals and other sources. Search by subject or specific database title. If you know the name of the journal you can search using E-Journals. San Juan College students can access these databases off campus using your SJC username and password.
Search for journals and articles by title, publisher, subject or browse by disciples.
A citation is a way of recording where information came from. Whenever you use another person's ideas, research, words, artwork, etc. you must give them credit through a citation to avoid plagiarism.
Films on Demand is a database where you can search for academic videos.
Use Google Scholar to search academic resources and scholarly literature across many disciplines and sources.
Tutorials about how to successfully searching library databases.
Patrons who are unable to locate needed material from the SJC Library collection can request an Interlibrary Loan (ILL). ILL staff members will search the collections of other libraries (public and academic) nationwide for requested items.