Tip sheets are meant to give you a quick run down of a database with useful screenshots and directions. While each of our library databases generally work the same, there are many differences in how to find the full text of an article as well as unique and helpful features.
Life and health science databases cover the fields of astronomy, biological and environmental sciences, chemistry, engineering, geology, health & human performance, nursing and medical, nutrition & dietetics, occupational therapy, physical therapy and physics.
Humanities databases cover the fields of art, English, history, interior design, languages, music, religion, and theatre & speech.
Social sciences and business databases cover the fields of accounting, anthropology, business & management, communications, computer science, education & counselor education, criminal justice, economics, finance & investment, geography, law, marketing, psychology, social work, sociology and women's studies.
General purpose databases that contain scholarly peer-reviewed literature. Many of these databases include popular sources like newspapers and magazines as well.