Answered By: Nancy Alzo
Last Updated: Jan 27, 2016     Views: 62

The College Libraries have over 100 databases -- use databases to identify book or journal resources, find streaming music or videos, search reference resources such as dictionaries or encyclopedias.

You will find an alphabetical list of databases here.  Click on the type of resource you want to find to see the appropriate list of choices.

If you would like some assistance in choosing resources based on the topic you are researching, choose your subject from the list here.   The subject help pages have tabs that will direct you to useful reference sources and help you find books, articles or specialized resources for your particular field of study.

Wondering how to just get started?  Consider using our Reference sources by linking here and selecting the REFERENCE section.  We offer two databases of reference materials -- primarily dictionaries and encyclopedias. Credo offers short topical overview entries while Gale Virtual Reference Library searches major subject encyclopedias.

If you would like help to jump start an assignment you can get direction and help from a librarian by dropping by the Research Help Desk or by making an appointment for a Research Consultation.

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