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Electronic Discovery Service (EDS) Information

About EBSCOhost Electronic Discovery Service


EBSCOhost Electronic Discovery Service (EDS) searches multiple databases at one time. The databases listed below are included in the search. For a complete list of all of our databases, visit Databases by Subject or Databases by Title.

 Academic Search Premier

 America: History & Life


 Arts & Humanities Citation Index

 Audiobook Collection

 Britannica Online

 British Library EThOS

 Business Source Premier



 Communication & Mass Media Complete

 Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text

 Digital Collections @ UB

 Directory of Open Access Journals

 eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)


 Environment Complete


 Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia

 Government Printing Office Catalog


 Health Source - Consumer Edition

 Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition


 Historical Abstracts

 Hospitality & Tourism Complete

 Humanities International Complete

 Industry Studies Working Papers

 JSTOR Arts & Sciences I

 JSTOR Arts & Sciences II

 LexisNexis Academic: Law Reviews

 Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts

 LUNA Commons

 MAS Ultra - School Edition

 MasterFILE Premier


 Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print

 Military & Government Collection

 MLA Directory of Periodicals

 MLA International Bibliography

 News (AP, UPI, etc.)


 OAPEN Library

 Philosopher's Index

 Primary Search

 Professional Development Collection


 Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection


 Public Affairs Index

 Publisher Provided Full Text Searching File

 Regional Business News


 Social Sciences Citation Index

 SocINDEX with Full Text

 SSOAR – Social Science Open Access Repository

 Supplemental Index

Teacher Reference Center



Additionally, the following databases are optional add-ons to search using the options on the right side of the EDS results screen:

 ACM Digital Library

 Computer Database

 National Newspapers Core

 ProQuest Dissertations and Theses

The University of Baltimore expects all library database users to respect all pertinent licenses, copyrights, and contracts.