Answered By: Brandi Duggins
Last Updated: Jun 17, 2020     Views: 112

From the Library's Homepage, select "Databases A-Z" under the Find... section, or under "Research Tools."

Spalding University Library subscribes to over 120 different online databases that contain academic journal, newspaper and magazine articles, images, videos, reference material, and more. 

The list appears in alphabetical order, or you can sort through the list of databases by: 

  • Subject: Academic disciplines, including resources that are multidisciplinary. 
  • Database Type: Source types such as Academic Articles, Newspapers & Magazines, Statistics, and more. 
  • Vendor: Individual databases are collections of materials. Some databases are owned by the same company and use the same search interface. You may recognize common library database vendors such as EBSCO and Gale.

Databases A-Z: Find the best library databases for your research. Drop down menus for subject, database type, and vendor.

EBSCO provides many different collections in a variety of subjects. If you're looking for a general, multi-disciplinary database, Academic Search Complete is a great place to start, or use Choose databases in any EBSCO database and select all to search in all EBSCO databases at once.