The Gottesman Libraries provide access to a number of electronic resources, including extensive collections of Databases and E-Journals, which are accessible from the top page of the website and through Educat+.

Teachers College Digital Collections, the Libraries' online archive, includes institutional records, faculty papers, manuscripts, dissertations, art collections, rare books, children’s books, curriculum, and much more.

In addition, a comprehensive listing of electronic resources of all kinds available through the Columbia University Libraries (CUL) can be found on its website's E-Resources page.

The Columbia University E-Resources page provides links to the listings of: 

  • E-Books:  Collections of full-text electronic books.
  • E-News:  News resources such as LexisNexis and Factiva, and links to local, national, and international newspapers. 
  • E-Images:  Image databases such as the Columbia Image Bank:  History of Art & Architecture, American Memory, and ARTstor. 
  • E-Music and Sound Collections:  Online sound recording collections such as the Classical Music Library, Naxos Music Library, and Smithsonian Global Sound. 
  • Data/GIS:  Numeric and geo-spatial data suitable for those interested in using either statistical or GIS (geographic information systems) software. 

Other local e-resource collections include the CU Libraries' Academic Commons, Digital Collections and Exhibitions, and Subject Guides, as well as a gathering of Web Search Tools.