All Electronic Resources (A-Z)

    • South Dakota State Newspapers
      [South Dakota State Historical Society]
      This website provides a mechanism to search for South Dakota newspapers available at the South Dakota State Historical Society. This database does not search newspaper content. Reels of microfilm of available newspapers can be obtained from the Historical Society.

    • State Agency Databases
      [Government Documents Roundtable]
      Annotated list of databases produced by the 50 states; indexing. Provided by GODORT.

    • Technology Collection
      Provided by Devereaux Library

      [ProQuest]
      The Technology Collection combines broad indexing coverage of the scholarly literature in advanced technology, computer science, engineering, materials science, and related areas with full-text titles full-text titles from around the world, including scholarly journals, trade and industry journals, magazines, technical reports, conference proceedings, and government publications. This collection is a subset of SciTech Premium Collection.

    • U.S. Government Printing Office MetaLib
      [U.S. Government Printing Office]
      Retrieves articles, reports and citations from federal government publications; indexing and full-text. Provided by US GPO.

    • US Newsstream
      Provided by Devereaux Library
      [ProQuest]
      US Newstream provides access to current U.S. news content, as well as archives that stretch back into the 1980s. It features top newspapers, wires, broadcast transcripts, blogs, and news sites in full-text format.

    • USA Today
      Provided by Devereaux Library

      [ProQuest]
      U.S. Newsstream provides full-text coverage and indexing of USA Today, February 17, 1997-present and citation/abstract coverage January 2, 1989 to present. USA Today (online) version is also available via U.S. Newsstream.

    • Wall Street Journal (Eastern edition)
      Provided by Devereaux Library

      [ProQuest]
      U.S. Newsstream provides full-text coverage and indexing of the Wall Street Journal, January 2, 1984-present.

    • Washington Post (online)
      Provided by Devereaux Library

      [ProQuest]
      U.S. Newsstream provides full-text coverage and indexing of the Washington Post (online), May 21, 2016 to present. Retrospective full-text and indexing is also available from U.S. Newsstream.

    • Web of Science

      Provided by South Dakota Board of Regents
      [Clarivate]
      This website provides access to citation databases. Multidisciplinary content covers journals including open access journals and conference proceedings; as well as extensive indexing. Devereaux Library does not subscribe to all material indexed in this database. Campus community members may request any item via Devereaux Delivers at no charge.

    • WorldCat Discovery
      Provided by Devereaux Library
      [OCLC]
      A worldwide catalog of millions of  items found libraries and links to journal articles; indexing, full text, and bibliographic links to resources.

GeoScienceWorld

A World of Science

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GEOSCIENCEWORLD

GSW’s journals collection 
provides access to 50 journals
from 34 global publishing
societies. 

The GSW Archive Collection
runs from 1905-1999.  

Some available Journals:
American Mineralogist
Earth Sciences History
Earthquake Spectra
Economic Geology
Geophysics
Geosphere
Journal of Paleontology
Petroleum Geoscience

There are 2295 eBooks available:
For Example:
The Carboniferous Timescale

Metallogeny of Gold in the 
Black Hills, South Dakota

Passive Margins: Tectonics, 
Sedimentation and Magmatism

GeoRef is available in 
GeoScience World.

“OpenGeoSci is a free, public map
based toolset that allows users 
to search for cross sections, charts, 
tables, figures, and data from 
GeoScienceWorld publications.”





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