Answered By: Milner Reference Librarian
Last Updated: Dec 05, 2018     Views: 22

To find databases on the Milner Library website:

  1. Go to Milner Library home page.
  2. Click Databases tab of search box at top of page.
  3. Enter database title or subject in search box to find specific database, or click A-Z Database List link at bottom left corner of search box to get to main databases page.

On the databases page, there are three ways you can browse for databases:

  • By Subject: Click a subject area on the All Subjects dropdown to view Milner Library databases for that subject area.
  • By Title: Click alphabet letters at the top of the list to view databases with titles that start with those letters.
  • By Type: Click the All Database Types dropdown to view lists of databases based on the type of information they provide.  Click a type to view a list of the databases.  Examples include Audio (streaming), Video (streaming), and Primary Source Collections.

If you are looking for a specific database and you do not see it on our lists, we may not have a subscription to it.  Please ask a librarian to see whether Milner Library has access to the database you need.

For video tutorials about finding databases, view our Find Databases by Title and Find Databases by Subject help videos.

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