Answered By: Jennifer Harris Last Updated: Jun 28, 2017 Views: 106
The A-Z Database List allows users to find and search individual databases that the library subscribes to. Users can view all the databases alphabetically, search for a database by title, or use the three dropdowns on the A-Z Database List to search for databases by subject, type, or vendor. Wave over the icons next to each database for more information about each one.
Most Useful For
- Searching for resources within individual databases such as EBSCOhost, Project Muse, JSTOR, etc.
- Determining which databases would be best for your research depending on the subject you are researching, the types of sources you need, or the vendor who provides the database
- Requires users to search in each database individually to find sources--can be time consuming (with a few exceptions, e.g. EBSCOhost)
- Requires users to determine which database would be most appropriate for their research--users who are unsure which database to use should ask a librarian by chatting, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 844.684.0456 (toll free).
Consider using the A - Z Database List primarily when you
- Want to save time by searching in subject-specific, source type-specific, or vendor-specific database for sources
- Have been given a recommended database to use by a professor or librarian
- Have either a fairly specific topic or a broad topic in mind
- Are interested in finding a wide variety of source types.
You may also want to consider:
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) are a self-serve option for users to search and find answers to their questions.
Use the search box above to type your question to search for an answer or browse existing FAQs by group, topic, etc.