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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.

Google Scholar

Google Scholar Search

When using Google Scholar through the Library's access, your results will indicate whether the item is available at Barry or through open access.

Recommended Databases

Databases provide a descriptive record of an item (journal article, video, book review, etc.). Information about the item is provided, including such things as author, title, subject, publisher, etc. The information provided is called a citation. Sometimes a short summary or abstract of the item is provided as well. The full text of the item may not always be available in the database you are using. If you need assistance, contact me!

Evaluating Sources

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, it is important to evaluate the information before using it as a source.

The following websites will help with evaluating Internet sources:

Evaluating Sources (2:16) Western University