The Libraries subscribe to a large number of databases that can help you find and access information on a particular topic.  To find the right database:

  1. Consult a subject guide.  Our guides include a list of databases relevant to that subject, topic, or discipline.
  2. Consult a class guide.  Your instructor may have worked with one of our librarians to gather together important resources for your class into a class guide, including recommended databases.
  3. Browse our A - Z list of databases.  Our database A - Z list allows you to browse our databases by subject and type.
  4. Contact the library. The librarians and staff at the University Libraries would be happy to help you find the correct database to use for your research.  We can also help you with your search strategy. Try our Find My Librarian application to find the librarian specializing in your area of interest.

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