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In addition to interdisciplinary databases, the libraries offer subject specific databases. Below are ways to find databases in your subject areas. There is also an list of all the databases offered by the University Libraries in the Databases A-Z list.
Need Help Selecting or Using a Database?
Sometimes it can be difficult to know the best database to use for your topic. Or you feel you're in the best database, but not yet finding the best articles on your topic. Reference librarians can help identify the right database, the right keywords, and the right syntax to use for your search. Don't hesitate to Ask a Librarian for help with these or any other question. The research guides can also help you identify relevant databases.
ca. 1980-present. Articles from academic journals in all disciplines. Articles also have an option to "Listen" to the article.
1990-present. Indexes more than 12,500 journals in all areas, including humanities, social sciences, science, medicine, and technology. You can display which libraries have particular journals, and some citations are linked to full-text.
ca. 1980-present. One-stop source for news and periodical articles on a wide range of subject areas. Millions of full-text articles, many with images. Articles also have a "Listen" option.
Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic)
Features more than 15,000 news, business and legal sources, including U.S. Supreme Court decisions dating back to 1790.
ca. 1980-present. Offers a variety of databases on many subjects. Click on "Databases selected" to limit database choices. Many databases are totally full text or offer full text options.
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