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Published on Jul 30, 2012

Bunch Library subscribes to more than 200 databases. How do you know which one (or ones) will work best for your topic? To help you choose the best database, the librarians have put together Research Guides for many of the disciplines on campus.

Research guides include a list of recommended databases (and other sources) for each discipline or subject.

To find the research guide for your topic, go to the library's home page and click on Get Resources. Then click on Research Guides to see the full list of guides. You can use the drop-down box at the top to go directly to the subject you're looking for.

If you're not sure what subject your topic falls under, or if it could fit in more than one, the General Databases list is the best place to start. To see that list, go to the library's home page and click on Get Resources. Then click on Library Databases A to Z. You can also use the A to Z list to find a specific database that you already know you'd like to use.

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