Reference materials help you find background information on a topic, and are a great place to begin your research.
These databases help you find articles from newspapers, magazines, professional and trade publications, and scholarly journals.
A-Z List of Databases at College of Marin
The databases listed on this page are recommended for Biology. However, depending on your research topic the library may have other databases that you might find useful.
Please click here for a list of all of the library's databases.
Search for books online using the catalog:
The Library has many textbooks and course materials available at the front desk. Search by course or by instructor:
You can also browse for books by subject in the College of Marin Library using the Library of Congress Classification System:
|HB||Economic Theory, Demography|
|HC||Economic History and Conditions|
|HD||Industries, Land Use, Labor|
|HE||Transportation and Communications|
|KF 800||Business Law|
Recommended business websites from BRASS, the Business Reference and Services Section of the References and Services Association, a division of the American Library Association.
Business Resources at College of Marin Library
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