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Scholarly Inquiry and Research Experience (SIRE) Program

Start here - Multidisciplinary Databases

To find peer reviewed, scholarly articles begin with one of these great databases, which covers most topics. If you aren't finding what you wanted, email a librarian for advice on next steps. (You can contact a librarian that supports your major or your SIRE advisor's department either is fine.) If you normally use only one of these databases, then try a different one to expand your options. 

Find News and Data Sources

See the Finding Newspapers topic guide for help locating newspapers at the Emory libraries.

See the Data Resources and Support Guide for help with locating statistics and data for your project.

Humanities Databases

After searching Academic Search Complete and JSTOR, consider some of these databases. 

Social Science Databases

Science & Medical Databases

To get familiar with your new SIRE topic, explore one of these tools first.

To begin exploring the research journals in your SIRE field, here are some of the databases your SIRE advisors are using. Tip: email a librarian for time-saving advice for the database you've picked.