Online access to nearly 1600 Gonzaga master’s level theses and doctoral dissertations from 1976-present. Access includes a 24-page preview and the full-text online, if available.
Foley Center has a complete collection of dissertations and theses written for the Ph.D., EdD and Masters of Nursing programs. There are also some theses from early masters programs in the School of Arts and Sciences. Gonzaga theses and dissertations can be found in the library catalog under author, title and subject. The library usually owns two copies of each thesis, a circulating bound paper copy located in the general collection and a non-circulating microform copy located in Special Collections.
A communication focused subset of the larger Oxford Bibliographies resource which provides an extensive annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia for researchers to access the best available scholarship.
Provides in-depth reports written by journalists on congressional legislative issues on health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology and the economy.
Highlights opposing viewpoints related to controversial and contemporary issues. Features viewpoints, articles from the news, journals and magazines, as well as audio and video clips. Includes relevant statistics, reference materials and websites.
Aimed at elementary and middle school students, this database is an interactive tool for developing research, reading, writing and computing skills with articles and graphics from magazines, newspapers and government documents.