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ENG 185 – Bell – Fall 2020

  General Databases

 

General databases are research databases that contain materials (articles, data sets, images, charts, and more) from a wide variety of publications that cover many different disciplines. Below are a few examples of Emory Libraries most popular multidisciplinary databases.
 
  Subject-Specific Databases
  Find More Subject-Specific Databases

 

Since Emory Libraries have access to more than 1,000 research databases, sometimes it is easier to filter the databases by subject and choose a database based upon your research need. Simply do this by clicking on the "All Subjects" dropdown menu and click on a subject to narrow the results to the available databases that are within the selected discipline.

 

  How to Find: Articles


Click on the tabs in this section for a quick how-to on when and how to access both general multidisciplinary research databases and subject-specific databases.
 
  START HERE: Watch the short tutorial video on the right to learn some quick tips and steps for searching the library's research databases.