Search Databases by Title or Subject
A list of library databases and electronic collections, in A-Z order or sortable by subject. Library databases are designed to help you search for and find articles, book chapters, and more.
Currently, accessible databases can be found by entering the title of the database in OneSearch.
You can also search in the Library homepage search box and select the “Databases & More” radio button. You will be prompted to enter their username and password to verify access to any database outside of freely available resources, or materials presented by the University Archives and Special Collections.
For assistance navigating databases or finding other research materials, please contact the Research and Instruction Library team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Patrons can browse all available databases listed alphabetically by title. A brief description of each database is available by hovering over the information icon to the immediate right of the database title. Supplemental icons regarding the type of information that can be found within individual databases are listed to the right of the information icon. A resource legend is also provided for icons found on the list.
Patrons can search for databases dedicated to a particular area of study by using the drop-down menus located on the A-Z Databases & More page. Results can be further filtered by “resource type” (database, scholarly resource, eBooks, etc.) using dropdown menus.