The Library databases are searchable online indexes that provide access to scholarly journals, full-text articles, magazines, conference papers, and other publications.
Some databases cover a single subject area, others cover many different subject areas.
Library databases are usually the best tools for finding journal articles in your subject area.
Database searching works best when:
Select a subject from the menu and click Go
If you'd like guidance on how to use the different databases, it is best to use the databases' integrated Help function. It will include information on how to search the database via video or text tutorials and outline what search functions (e.g operators, wildcards, controlled vocabulary) are available in the database. Below are some examples on where you normally can find the Help function.
If you can't find what you are looking for within the database, you may like to go to a search engine like Google and search for a video tutorial, e.g. PubMed video tutorial.