The physical LRC contains an extensive specialized collection of research materials that support the degrees and courses offered at Amberton University. In conjunction with the faculty, the Center continually identifies and acquires new print resources and audiovisual materials for meeting faculty and student needs. The Library Resource Center houses reference materials, including books, journals, indexes, and abstracts.
ProQuest Ebook Central
This collection of academic books on many subjects can be searched by author, title, subject or keyword. You can view the full-text of each book and even highlight paragraphs for emphasis.
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EBSCO Electronic Collection
The EBSCO database collection provides full text and abstract access for over 10,000 scholarly publications covering academic areas of study including business, management, economics, finance, accounting, social sciences, psychology and behavioral sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies.
Credo Reference is a one-stop exploratory search platform that consolidates Amberton University's Library resources along with online specific subject encyclopedias for comprehensive results on search subjects. Topic Pages are a discovery tool that provides search results from the Amberton University Library catalog, EBSCO, ProQuest and Gale databases and multimedia images. The Mind Mapping tool allows you to search for a central concept and find full-text reference entries related to your concept. You can draw a new map by clicking on one of the concepts surrounding your term. All content is downloadable and can be converted into over 60 languages for audio listening.
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Bridge theory and practice with leading psychology publications. The Psychology database is ProQuest's full-text resource for students, professors, researchers, health and social care professionals. The database combines full text from leading psychology publications with diverse sources of content including dissertations and curriculum-aligned videos to help new students bridge theory with practice. In addition to clinical and social psychology, it provides coverage of related disciplines including genetics, psychology of business and economics, communication, criminology, addiction, neurology, personality, psychometrics and social welfare.
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Additional Virtual References and Resources
Through additional electronic resources, students have access to a vast amount of journals, periodicals, newspapers, and many other research resources.
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