Answered By: MaryAlice Wade
Last Updated: May 15, 2024     Views: 2637

You can find the alphabetical list of databases here:, or click the Research Databases button under the search box on the library's homepage.

If you don't know which database to search, you can also view databases organized by subject. 

Click the drop-down menu arrow on "Subjects" at the top of the list of databases and select the broad topic relevant to your research topic and search. Or start with a general, multi-topic database like Academic Search Premier.  You can also search most of our databases at once using the search box on the library home page.

For more help researching a particular subject, consult our online Research Guides. Choose one that pertains to your broad topic, such as Nursing, and you will find help on finding relevant information as well as how to cite your sources, avoid plagiarism, and much more.

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