Answered By: Susan Steele
Last Updated: Nov 11, 2017     Views: 69

See the library's research guides, which recommend databases for specific disciplines (art, business, chemistry, etc.) and formats (books, journal articles, videos). Databases that focus on a particular subject (e.g., Art Full Text, Business Source Complete, etc.) provide more in-depth coverage, but you also can try a multidisciplinary database such as Academic Search Complete or OneSearch, which searches most of the library's databases at once.

See Databases A-Z for a complete list of the library's research databases, including filters by subject and type. If you're not finding what you need, please consult a research librarian.