Find Articles & More

For off-campus access to these valuable resources, use your MyHancock login/password.

Quick Links:

Reference Books Online
Films Online
Language and Culture
General Article Resources
Newspapers
Fine Arts

English
Education
Health Sciences
Life and Physical Sciences
Social Sciences
Vocational and Career Resources

1. Start your Research Here!

Reference Books Online

Films Online

  • Films On Demand - Thousands of films. Search by film title, subject, or segment.

Language and Culture

  • Mango Languages – Online language learning system teaching practical conversation skills in over 70 languages.

General Article Databases

Newspapers

  • National Newspapers - New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Christian Science Monitor, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Boston Globe, Chicago Tribune, Denver Post and USA Today 
  • Los Angeles Times Historical - 1881 to 1988.  Full-text newspaper articles.
  • Newspaper Source Plus - Newspaper articles and television and radio transcripts.

2. Search By Subject

English

  • Contemporary Authors -  Biographical details on modern novelists, poets, playwrights, nonfiction writers.
  • Dictionary of Literary Biographies - Biographical and critical essays on the lives, works and careers of the world's most influential literary figures from all eras and genres.
  • Literary Reference Center  - Literary analysis, reviews and information on authors and works.
  • Poetry Criticism (Literature Criticism Online) - Literary analysis, criticism, and biographical information on poets and poems of all eras.
  • Gale Literary Index - Locate authors and titles covered in various literature series from Gale. Ask a librarian for help to locate the corresponding print or online volume.

Education

Fine Arts

Health Sciences

Life and Physical Sciences

  • AccessScience - Science source for topics from agriculture to zoology.  
  • GreenFILE- Covers all aspects of the human impact on the environment.

Social Sciences

Vocational and Career Resources

Top of Page

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

Saad Sadig

Saad Sadig
Architecture Instructor

"I love interacting with my students and helping them discover their appreciation for architecture and design. I enjoy giving them an opportunity for hands-on learning in our new design studio classes where they imagine ways to use their visions to improve the community. I have been an instructor at Allan Hancock College for more than a decade and I am still amazed, almost daily, how much my students also teach me."
Submit a Testimonial »

Start here 
go anywhere

AHC - Start Here. Go Anywhere

Follow Hancock

icon-facebook icon-twitter icon-youtube Instagram Icon More Social Media


Student Success Scorecard

Last Modified Feb 5, 2016