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TESU Database Access

TESU Students and Staff
NJSL's ProQuest Central databases are accessible only to state employees. TESU students & staff can access ProQuest Central through MyEdison.

TESU Mentors
TESU mentors have access to two NJSL databases: eBooks on EBSCOhost and Ovid Nursing Full Text Plus.

NJ Residents Database Access

New Jersey residents with a public library card can access JerseyClicks databases, as well as locally licensed content,  from their local public library's website.  Contact your local public library with questions. 

New Databases

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The following databases are newly acquired.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) provides accurate, non-partisan policy and legal analysis to committees and Members of both the House and Senate.
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Find articles from select U.S. Northeast regional newspapers. You can search the full text or read the newspaper as it appeared in print, including all photographs, advertisements, and obituaries. Includes the following New Jersey newspapers.
  • Asbury Park Evening Press (1905-1974)
  • Asbury Park Press (1974-2011)
  • Courier-Post (1950-2010)
  • Courier-News (1961-2010)
  • Evening News [Plainfield] (1884-1885)
  • Plainfield Evening News (1885-1894)
  • Plainfield Courier (1891-1894)
  • Plainfield Courier-News (1894-1961)
  • Remote Access for NJ State Employees
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Wolters Kluwer provides information on the following legal and regulatory practice areas For tax research, use CCH Intelliconnect, available at the State Library.
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