Spanish-language reference sources for students and researchers!
Informe is a full-text electronic reference tool created exclusively for Spanish-speaking users. This powerful database is updated daily and features more than 425 Spanish and bilingual sources, including: academic publications (such as journals and encyclopedias), current newspapers, and popular magazines. It features indexing, images, and full-text of popular Spanish-language sources—not just translations.
Also included are a thesaurus, online dictionary, and an interface that are all uniquely designed for Spanish-speaking users. Informe thinks through every query in Spanish. These built-in reference tools are based on the expressions Spanish-speakers commonly use, allowing users to easily navigate through the database without experiencing inaccurate search terms. It includes title annotations in both English and Spanish to assist students of Spanish easily access resources through a bilingual approach.
Database tools include:
- Send full-text articles to your e-mail
- Listen to the article or save it as a MP3 audio file
- Print, download, and bookmark articles
- Share links to an article
- Citation tools allow you to generate bibliographic information in multiple formats
Users will find that Informe is up-to-date, comprehensive, and a valuable resource for all their reference needs. This resource is found in the En Español section of the Library's online databases that also includes Spanish-language versions of Tutor.com, World Book, and more.
Find even more resources available in Spanish and read about Hispanic culture by visiting the Hispanic Heritage Month LibGuide.
Available from all library computers and from your home or office computer with your library card and PIN.