To use a different database, click “Choose another Database” or go to “Research Databases,” found in the Locate Resources box.
In “Research Databases,” the databases are organized in alphabetical order. There is also a feature which shows the most frequently used databases under “Popular Databases.”
To find subject specific databases, click on “Subject Guides” in the Need Help? box on the library’s main page.
Here you will find subject guides which include databases and other resources specific to each discipline.
This is an example of a subject guide. It provides a list of databases, reference material, books, media, and other resources specific to the field of education.