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Description from Gale:
The premier resource for peer-reviewed, full-text journals and reference sources, Academic OneFile is a 2009 and 2008 CODiE Award Finalist for Best Online General Reference Service. Perfect for research libraries, graduate schools, universities and community colleges, Academic OneFile is a sophisticated, current and easy-to-use resource for extensive research. With millions of articles available in both PDF and HTML full text, researchers are able to find accurate information quickly.

Academic OneFile includes:
  • More than 13,000 titles, including more than 7,300 peer-reviewed journals and more than 5,000 in full text
  • Full text of The New York Times from 1985 to present
  • Links with JSTOR for archival access to periodicals and Open URL compliances for access to e-journal and subscription materials
  • Thousands of podcasts and transcripts from NPR, CNN and CBC
  • Links to hundreds of medical videos from OR-Live
  • Full linking to and from Thomson's ISI Web of Science.
  • Strong coverage of hard sciences, medicine, engineering and business
  • Full collection of Elsevier abstracts for every Elsevier journal from 1996 to present
  • Full text of the London Times and Financial Times
  • Full text for periodicals covered in major bibliographic resources such as CINAHL, BIOSIS, MLS, PsycInfo, ERIC, EconLit, RILM and others
  • Key, peer-reviewed journals published in Spanish, French and other languages n Ability to translate all content to 11 different languages
  • 24/7 access
  • Access to a range of additional collections created to fill subject-specific curricular needs

>> Please click here to access Academic OneFile.
Access Options:


This database can be accessed from any of Thrall Library's public Internet or research computers.

Concerning access outside the library:

Members of Middletown Thrall Library may log in to this service using their library barcode.

This database is licensed through New York State's NOVEL service program and is available to all NYS residents through the NYS NOVEL website.

Tips & Special Features:


This database begins in a "Basic Search" mode to let you search by keyword. Below the search box you will see a phrase saying "Search for words in" followed by three options: Subject, Keyword, and Entire Document.

An "Advanced Search" option also exists at the top of the database page. Clicking it produces a new search page with more options yet. You can search multiple fields (e.g. Document Title, Author, Subject) simultaneously.

Search results are grouped below different tabs near the top of the page: Magazines, Academic Journals, Books, News, Multimedia.

You can alter the order of search results by clicking the "Sort By" menu to switch from Publication Date (the default setting) to Relevance (which attempts to calculate, based on word proximity and frequency in matching documents, and display the most relevant matches).

If you receive a large number of search results, you can search further "within these results" by typing additional keywords into the search box above and to the left of search results.
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