Answered By: Library Staff Last Updated: Mar 22, 2016 Views: 279
Yes. Here are some ways to search for them:
1. Click here for a search of the catalog that will give you a sampling of some of our titles that are have at least some content in Spanish. Most of them are electronic journals, so you will need to have a library PIN / Password to access them from off campus.
2a. You can search for articles in Spanish by searching the Proquest Databases product, available from our Databases Page under "P". Be sure to select "Proquest Databases", not "Proquest Newspapers".
Make sure that you are in an "Advanced Search" mode. Scroll down to the Language field selecions. Click on "Clear All" and then check the box next to Spanish and then do the search:
Almost all of the results will be newspaper articles.
2b. You can do a similar search using any of Ebsco databses; Scroll down to the "Limit your results" section and change the language pulldown to "Spanish". There is some Spanish content in the Academic Search Premier Database. , the Chicano Database, and America History and Life.
2c. You can also search using the HAPI database (available from our databases pages under "H"). Click on "SEARCH" in the left margin; click the check box "Spanish" and click the radio button for "limit for citations with full text links". Below is a search for articles in Spanish about Barack Obama:
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