Answered By: Hannah DiMeglio Last Updated: Mar 24, 2021 Views: 0
Here is a link to all of our databases.
If you are on the library homepage, you will see the database link above the OneSearch search bar. After clicking that, you can search the databases by letter or by subject with the "All Subjects" drop-down menu.
For example, if you are specifically looking for the Database Wiley Online Library, you could click on the blue hyperlinked "W", for a list of all of the databases that start with a W.
Or, if you are trying to access only literature databases, you could click the "All Subjects" drop-down menu and select "English Literature".
I would like you to know that most of our databases are searched by OneSearch (on our homepage). Databases that are in OneSearch have a yellow 1 next to their name on the database list. So, this means that you do not have to search most of our databases individually. Wiley, for example, is in OneSearch.
However, there are reasons why you would want to search individual databases.
1) When the assignment requires specific databases (ex. PSYC)
2) You have not focused your topic (I recommend an "in Context" database or SIRS database to look at the topic overview for narrower topics)
3) The information is not in OneSearch (ex. statistics or literature criticism)
Remember, if you have questions or trouble don't hesitate To Ask A Librarian! We love to help :)