Q. How can I use the library's databases?

Answer

We have more than 120 Research Databases. Start by on our A-Z Database page. You can follow the link below, or from the Library's home page, click on the green button: Research Databases

Use the drop-down arrow to:

  • narrow databases by subject coverage (Look for our Best Bets!)
  • find databases with a certain type of information, for example biographies, primary sources, or streaming audio and video.

Another good option is to check for a Research Guide for your class or subject area. If we have one, you can find our recommended databases.

  • Last Updated Nov 18, 2016
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  • Answered By Shawna Thorup

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