The IUP Libraries acquired several new online resources to support faculty and student research, including resources in psychology and cognitive science, newspapers and history, and genealogy.

IUP students, faculty, and staff now have access to:

  • Library Edition: ProQuest has partnered with to create Ancestry® Library Edition, one of the most important genealogical collections available today.
  • Pennsylvania Collection: Powered by, the Pennsylvania Collection has more than 17 million pages of newspapers from 1728-2015.
  • Historical New York Times Archive (1851-2010): Provides fully searchable cover-to-cover access to 169 years of the New York Times
  • Annual Reviews Psychology Collection: IUP offers full-text access to Annual Review journals in psychology, clinical psychology, developmental psychology, organizational psychology and behavior, and statistics.
  • MIT CogNet: CogNet provides the complete text of 13 major reference works, 8 MIT journals, and more than 800 books published by MIT Press.
  • Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP Web): PEP Web provides powerful searching of the psychoanalytic literature in multiple languages, with 83 premier journals and 100 classic books in the field.

You can find these databases on the IUP Libraries Databases list, where you’ll see them listed under New Databases. Check out these new tools for research and study, and if you have comments, questions, or feedback, please let us know.