Answered By: Corey Buttram
Last Updated: Jul 24, 2018     Views: 66

A library database is an electronic collection of records containing either full-text documents (text, video, music, books), citations, or abstracts of articles (or chapters in books).

Our Library subscribes to over 150 research databases that contain journal, magazine, and newspaper articles on general and specific disciplines, as well as access to streaming music, videos, and ebooks.

Databases can be multidisciplinary (spanning several disciplines/subjects) or subject-specific (focusing on a particular discipline, such as history, psychology, or literature.)

See our full database list or find out how to search our most popular multidisciplinary database, Academic Search Complete.