Finding time for research can be a real juggling act. Use COM Library's databases to get the college level articles you need for your research faster.
Use the menu below to access our top databases. Many eBooks and articles in the databases require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader. Must be on campus or have a COM ID to access off campus.
What kinds of databases are available through COM Library?
Most of our databases come to us through the TexShare program of the Texas State Library, although COM Library subscribes to some databases independently. Through all of these databases you have access to:
- Full-text articles from popular periodicals
- Medical resources and health information E-books
- Academic reference materials
- Newspapers and magazines from around the world
- Thousands of high quality academic, technical and archival streaming videos
- Transcripts from television news shows and National Public Radio
- Research on public and private companies, here and abroad
- Consumer marketing data and emerging technology reports
- Genealogy resources
- Latest breaking news and daily updates from newspaper wire services
- Hundreds of popular periodicals, including Business Week, Rolling Stone, and Smithsonian
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ACS guide according to The ACS Style Guide 3rd edition
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APA style according to the 6th edition of the APA Publication Manual.
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Guide to GSA style as developed by the Geological Society of America.
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MLA style according to the 7th edition of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.
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