"Search across many disciplines and sources: peer-reviewed papers, theses, books, abstracts and articles, from academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and other scholarly organizations." Most are NOT full text. You can then use "Journals by Title" (bottom this page) to find the citation within Hannon Library Databases.
Great resource for online teaching. Browse and search discipline specific collections. To find Learning Objects use Advanced Search and select “simulation” from the “Material Type” pull down menu. Set up a personal account to store all your sites.
A guide to content stored on university Institutional Repositories around the world. Contains article pre-prints and post-prints, datasets, theses and dissertations, and numerous primary source and image collections. Select CONTENT SEARCH button to conduct searches.
Open University is dedicated solely to distance learning. Click on “LabSpace” under the Browse menu from the first page to find free online sources. You must get an account to take advantage of the resources and services.
A for-profit enterprise that offers a wide range of free online courses to students around the world. Partners include Stanford University, the University of Michigan, Princeton, the University of Pennsylvania, and others. Subjects covered include computer science, humanities and social sciences, business, mathematics, and health.
A private educational organization founded by Google VP and Stanford professor Sebastian Thrun and others with the stated goal of democratizing education. Most of the current courses are related to computer science.