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If you are looking for a particular database to search for articles you can find it under the "Library Collections" tab in the top menu of the library website. Under "Search Collections," click on Find Articles. Here you'll find the full list of library databases from A-Z which you can sort by subject, type, or publisher. This list includes databases which you can search to find articles, videos, citations, dissertations, primary documents, business info, and more.

 

To get a list of the best databases to search for a particular subject area, sort the list by subject:

 

 

 

To get a list of databases that have a particular type of resource (such as articles or videos) sort the list by type:

 

 

 

To get all of the databases from a particular publisher (such as Ebsco or Credo) sort the list by publisher:

 

 

 

Another way to search for articles or other sources is the WorldCat Discovery search box found on the library homepage:

 

 

 

Click on the Articles icon to search for articles, the Books icon to search for books, the Media icon to search for videos, DVDs and other media items, and the Everything icon to search everything at once. For more information on how to use WorldCat Discovery, view our tutorial.



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