Newman Library, Graduate Services

a blog about library developments, research practices & advice, and graduate student input

Find a Database by subject

Posted by lrath on June 12, 2008

Newman Library subscribes to over 200 databases. To help you decide which database to use, you can narrow the list of databases by subject. Here’s how …

  1. Go to the library’s homepage
  2. Under the Search & Find section, click on the link for Databases
  3. The “Find a Database” page will open. Scroll down to the bottom of the page. You will see a section called “Search for a Database by selecting Subject & Type”
  4. Choose your subject area from the menu and click on the Go button to the right. A list of some of the key databases in that subject area will appear.
  5. If you are not able to find the information you need, please Ask a Librarian for help with identifying an appropriate resource.

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