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Library Databases

Find:

  • articles in magazines, newspapers and scholarly/peer-reviewed journals.
  • online books, dictionaries, encyclopedias and reference works.
  • databases of primary documents.

Get Started:

  • Use a general database to begin your research or to find out what might be available on a given topic.
  • Use a subject database for in-depth or more focused research.

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General and Basic Research

General databases are excellent for beginning a research project. Use a subject database for in-depth or more focused research.

UNF librarians recommend:

OneSearch, Academic Search Complete, and OmniFile

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.OneSearch (EBSCO)
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Academic OneFile (Gale/InfoTrac -- ** covers most subject areas)
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Article1st (FirstSearch)
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Cambridge Journals Online (Cambridge University Press)
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Emerald Fulltext (Emerald Publishers)
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Expanded Academic ASAP (Gale/InfoTrac)
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General OneFile (Gale/InfoTrac)
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Popular Magazines (Gale/InfoTrac)
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Wiley Online Library (Wiley Publishers)
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