These databases make it easy for users to search across multiple content types and content providers without having to search each provider individually.
Some databases offer access to a broad variety of content, and are often good starting points for research. Other databases are subject specific and are useful for finding resources related to a specific field of research.
All of our databases offer multiple options for searching and refining search results, and many of the databases offer access to full-text articles.
Access to full-text library resources from off-campus is easy!
Search as you normally do, click on the link to full-text, log in with your Pitt email login and password, and you're good to go for your entire searching session! Access will work best if you stay in the same browser.
These databases contain in-depth articles and information on this subject.
In many cases, preliminary research to help formulate your research questions and solidify your research project can be best conducted in a general purpose database. On the other hand, if you have a solid research theme, working in a subject specific database often results in more in-depth content.
Use the links below to see some examples of general purpose and subject specific databases. The most general database is listed first.