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About our databases
- While a large number of our databases are searchable through Quick Find, many are not. If you're unable to find what you need by searching Quick Find, you may want to explore individual databases.
- Under the Databases tab on the Library's homepage, you have the option to enter search terms in the search bar, or browse the databases by clicking on "View All Databases".
- If you're unsure which database(s) would be best for your topic, contact library staff for assistance or see if there is a Research Guide in your subject area. Subject guides are put together by librarians and library staff, and offer tips on which databases are your best bets.
- Databases are more than just indexes to journal articles. They can also provide reference material (encyclopedias, atlases, etc.), handbooks, dissertations & theses, images/art collections, and videos.
- Note: Some material on the databases will only be indexed and won't be available full text online. If you find a resource that is not available online through our databases, submit an interlibrary loan request.