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Non-Fiction Writing Workshop - Oakland Campus: Databases

A guide for graduate student research in ENG 2310 with professor Maggie Jones.

Databases

A database is an online collection of articles and information you can search by using a special interface.  Databases are often subject or resource specific, allowing you to select a database to search based on your information need.

Listed below are databases that are subject specific in areas including humanities, education, and science.  For more databases, please visit the ULS's Databases A-Z or Databases by Subject lists.

Newspapers and Reporting

General Databases