25 Jun June’s Featured Database: Environment Complete
Do you have questions about agriculture? Alternate sources of energy? Wondering what ecosystem ecology is, anyway? Then you should explore one of our databases called Environment Complete.
Simply search for anything you’d like to know about our environment, and this database will find full-text and indexing for journals, books, and monographs for your research endeavors. The resources are unique to Environment Complete and are not found in any version of Academic Search or Business Source. This database contains articles from around the world, some over 100 years old. You’ll find:
- More than 1,200 full-text journals and monograms
- Nearly 3.8 million records
- Indexing for more than 2,200 domestic and international journals dating back more than 100 years
- Full text for more than 180 monographs
This database is sponsored in part by the Shelby County Conservation District. It’s because of their generous donation each year that you can learn more about the amazing world we live in. Not only does their donation purchase this database, but it also keeps our book collection up-to-date with resources to help you make an impact to better our environment.
Pictured left to right is:
Sarah Jeffries, Circulation Services
Shana Schack, Adult Services and Interlibrary Loan Librarian
Shelby County Conservation District Representative
Pam Federspiel, Director
Yolanda Lewis, Circulation Services
To access this database, just click on Digital Resources on our website, and you’ll find it listed under the “Agriculture and Environment” category. To log in, just use your library card number that’s on the back of your library card, and your PIN is the last four digits of your library card number. Don’t have a library card? Find out how to get yours today!
We hope you enjoy using this database! Comment below with what you’ll be researching.
Whitney Wooters is the IT & Circulation Manager at the Shelby County Public Library. She’s been here since 2012, where she began in the children’s department working as a page. Meeting so many people and maintaining the website are her two favorite things about working at the library. Whitney is a graduate of Leadership Shelby (2018). When she’s not at work, she’s spending time with her husband and family, hoping that includes a fishing excursion or campfire.