Use the Databases page on the University Libraries' website to choose a database. Or click on the link below.
Databases are used to find very specific information on your topic. They index articles, documents, book chapters and other information on specific and general subjects. Databases can lead you to articles and other information resources that are published. These resources may or may not be in the University Libraries. However, if you find an information resource that is not available in the library, you can ask the library to obtain it for you through the interlibrary loan service. Use a database to efficiently find journal articles on your topic.
The Boolean Operators, And, Or and Not, are used to communicate your results preferences to the database. There are many guides on using Boolean Operators available online. Here are some links: