Library databases (sometimes called indexes) are like search engines but search scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, and other sources.
Some databases focus on a specific subject or discipline:
Some databases are multi-disciplinary, and are useful for all kinds of topics:
Many library databases provide the full text of articles. Look for a full-text link next to your article, or use the icon in the database to connect to the complete article.
Some databases contain unique materials such as dissertations, primary sources, images, music, videos, and government documents. Browse library databases for more suggestions.
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