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A database is a searchable repository of journal articles, newspapers, magazines, and other scholarly resources.
Databases can be multidisciplinary, such as Academic Search Ultimate - EBSCO or subject specific, such as Business Source Ultimate - EBSCO. A database will have both abstract-only records (no full-text articles) and records with full-text attached.
View a complete list of all the databases the library subscribes to (and some open access databases) on our A-Z Database List. Check out the video below for more information.
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