List of General Databases
General databases cover just about every topic and are a great place to start your research.
Examples of General Databases
Academic Search Premier
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Try this database to search for peer-reviewed journal, magazine, and newspaper articles in just about every subject.
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Did you know you could search more than one database at a time? Try the ProQuest: Magazines and Journals database to search over 30 databases at once.
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This general database is also good for articles in the hard sciences, medicine, engineering, and business.
List of Databases A-Z
Click on List Databases A-Z above to see a complete list of all databases in alphabetical order.
ABC-CLIO History Reference Online
ABC-CLIO History Reference Online provides history students with authoritative reference information resources and helps develop a deeper understanding of history's major themes and lessons.
Business Economics & Theory Collection (InfoTrac)
With a strong emphasis on titles covered in the EconLit database, this collection provides academic journals and magazines focusing on topics in economics.
Communication & Mass Media Collection
Over 100 journals focused on: advertising, public relations, literature, writing, and linguistics.
Databases by Subject
List of Databases by Subject
Some databases focus on a select subject area. Click on List of Database by Subject to see a complete list of library databases grouped by subject.
Examples of Subject Databases
Need background information, a credible definition, or an encyclopedia source? Try this database that has over 600 titles of research tools to choose from.
This database contains a wide variety of nursing, allied health, and biomedical literature. Many journal articles are available in full text.
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In a psychology class with a research assignment? This databases contains over 70 journals published by the American Psychology Association with many dating back to the very first volume of the publication.