Questia
is more than an online research database. Not only does it provide students with permanent access to the Web’s premier online library of full-text books and articles, it provides them with a comprehensive set of productivity tools for writing better assignments across the humanities and social sciences.

The Questia library features deep content in these popular categories:

  • Art & Architecture
  • Communication
  • Economics and Business
  • Education
  • History
  • Law
  • Literature
  • Music and Performing Arts
  • Philosophy
  • Politics and Government
  • Psychology
  • Religion
  • Science & Technology
  • Sociology

Students access a comprehensive online library of almost 80,000 full-text books and 6 million journal and periodical articles, many from top peer-reviewed sources and not easily available anywhere else online. Our library can be searched by keyword, phrase, title, author or subject.

All content is previously published from reputable commercial and academic publishers, providing students with digital content they can trust from authoritative sources.

The library features complete digitised books available cover-to-cover, not just excerpts or abstracts. Students will save time and get useful, relevant search results that are identified down to the specific page.


Engaging Instructional Tutorials

Questia isn’t just an online library. It also features faculty-developed  tutorials centered on the research process, covering topics such as “Planning a Paper” and “Evaluating Sources” to “Avoiding Plagiarism” and “Integrating Sources”. Through these self-guided tutorials, students are exposed to research techniques, utilising engaging video instruction, detailed printed examples and challenging quizzes to assess their progress.