Database List and Title Content

Often librarians wonder what's included in the Ohio Web Library.

Through our partnership with Libraries Connect Ohio, we offer:

  • Academic Search Premier
  • AHFS Consumer Medication Information
  • Alt HealthWatch
  • American and English Literature Collection
  • Biography Reference Bank (H.W. Wilson)
  • Business Source Premier
  • Chilton Library
  • Computer Source
  • Consumer Health Complete
  • Explora (Public Library, Primary School, Secondary School, and Teachers editions)
  • ERIC
  • GreenFILE
  • Health Source - Consumer Edition
  • Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition
  • Hobbies and Crafts Reference Center
  • Home Improvement Reference Center
  • Kids InfoBits
  • Literary Reference Center
  • MAS Ultra - School Edition
  • MasterFILE Premier
  • Middle Search Plus
  • Newspaper Source
  • Oxford Research Encyclopedias
  • Points of View Reference Center
  • Primary Search
  • Professional Development Collection
  • Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
  • Regional Business News
  • Religion and Philosophy Collection
  • Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
  • Science Reference Center
  • Small Business Reference Center
  • Sociological Collection
  • TOPICsearch
  • Transparent Language Online
  • World Book suite of products include Early World of Learning, World Book Student, and World Book Kids.
  • Very Short Introductions
  • Vocational and Career Collection

In addition, OPLIN purchases the following resources just for public libraries and public library patrons to use through the Ohio Web Library:

  • African American Heritage
  • Ancestry Library Edition
  • Fold3
  • HeritageQuest
  • LinkedIn Learning
  • Northstar Digital Literacy

The EBSCO package on Ohio Web Library includes the following resources:
Often patrons will need to access an article in a particular magazine or journal. When this happens it's helpful to know what resources are included in which database. Clicking on the link beside the resource should give you this information:

If you'd like to download these lists in a spreadsheet format or if you are curious as to the contents of other EBSCO packages, a comprehensive list is available on EBSCO's page here.