Databases are online, searchable collections of information resources, such as journal articles, eBooks, videos, reports, monographs, etc.
Find resources about a specific topic by using keywords, subject headings, authors, and more. Use limiters to narrow your results.
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When using Google Scholar through the Library's authentication, the results will indicate whether the item is available at Barry or through open access.
There is a vast amount of information available on the Internet. However, the Internet is not regulated by any agency, so anyone can post information that may not be reliable. Therefore, as a source.
The following websites will help with evaluating Internet sources: