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Databases are searchable containers of information. Many different information formats or resources -- from records (citations) to full-text PDFs to videos -- can be found by searching databases. Databases have differing purposes and scopes.

You can search many of the databases at once by using the All Library Search, or search individual databases by navigating toward Databases A-Z.

When you explore Databases A-Z, you'll find you can filter by subject, information source type, or by vendor/provider. You can also search the list by keyword. Each database listing includes information about its content, coverage, and provider. You may also find related links and special features associated with some of our databases.

All databases are available 24/7 to current students, faculty, and staff. Off campus use for most of the databases requires your LoboID and password.

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