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Subject Specific Databases
Searchable forensic science textbooks.
Web of Science citations only, 1989 - present
- Science Citation Index
- Social Sciences Citation Index
- Arts and Humanities Citation Index
The premier database for literature searches in many fields. Includes citations and abstractions from 23,000 journals.
Journals@Ovid Full Text Some full-text, 1980s - present
Scholarly articles from scientific, technical, and medical journals. Developed by an international network of researchers, health care professionals and institutions.
OMNISelect Full-text, 1980s - present
Contains all the same journals as Wilson Select Plus, but with a different search interface. 2,700 journals from many fields, including: business, education, social sciences, science.
PubMed Some full-text, 1950s – present
PubMed, a service of the National Library of Medicine, includes over 14 million citations for biomedical articles dating back to the 1950’s. These citations are from MEDLINE and additional life science journals, including links to many sites providing full text articles and other related resources.
WorldCat contains over 54 million records for books and other materials found in libraries across the U.S. and worldwide.
YourJournals@Ovid Full-text, 1985-present
Scholarly articles from scientific, technical, and medical journals. Developed by an international network of researchers, healthcare professionals and institutions.
Forensic Science Journals
This is not a complete list of journals. Search the catalog and Find a Journal for other titles.
Full-text: 1995 – present
Full-text: 2007 – present
Full-text: 1997 – present
In print: 2004 – 2009
Journal of Forensic Identification
In print: 2005 – present
Full-text: 2006 – present
In print: 1995 – present
Full-text: 1995 – present
In print: 2004 – present
Full-text: 2003 – present
This is not a complete list of journals. Search the catalog and the E-Journal Portal for other titles.
Forensic Science Websites
Brief, informative, illustrated explanation of how pathologists conduct autopsies.
Collection of words related to Forensic Science and their meanings.
“Describes the natural biological process that occurs after death.”
A thorough, well-linked treatment of the forensic sciences. Consider confirming all information independently.
Articles on forensic medicine with related images and videos, including a couple of autopsies.