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Research Databases: Databases

Learn how to use Maly Library databases to find journals, articles, and more.

Database Quick Links

In-House Databases

Due to licensing agreements, these resources can be accessed only on the workstations within Maly Library:

  • Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • Church Documents: Conciliar and Post-Conciliar
  • BibleWorks
  • Ligouri Faithware Bible

Visit these freely available biblical databases online:

Reference Databases

Journal Databases

Through Maly Library, faculty and students have access to a wide variety of databases, which can be accessed in the library or remotely. Library staff members are happy to assist you in selecting and using databases for your research.


To print several pages of ebooks within the EBSCO interface: Click on "ebook full text" on the left. When you see the ebook view, there is a small printer icon on the right side. Click that and a box will open at the top showing you the printing limits. You may select options to print to a PDF containing the limit of pages.

The library also subscribes to the ACLS Humanities e-book collection and has purchased the Project MUSE philosophy and religion ebook collections for years 2013-2015. Both are found when searching the Maly Library Catalog.

Your Librarian

Claire Ballinger
Eugene H. Maly Memorial Library
6616 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45230

Off-Campus Users

Off-campus users may be asked to sign in to online databases with a login and password to authenticate their access. If so, follow the instructions for authenticating access on the Off-Campus Users page. If you have difficulty authenticating see the OhioLINK Remote Authentication Help Page for assistance.

JSTOR Register and Read

Maly Library does not subscribe to JSTOR, but through JSTOR's Register & Read Beta Program you can still use JSTOR for free on a limited basis. Register & Read is a new, experimental program to offer free, read-online access to individual scholars and researchers who register for a MyJSTOR account. With an account you can access one article from JSTOR every two weeks.

Use the link below to learn more about Register & Read, and to register for a MyJSTOR account.

Free Resources