A library database is an organized, electronic collection of information that often contain a wide range of source types including newspapers, magazines, academic journals, and more! Library databases allow you an elevated level of access to scholarly content, making searching for peer-reviewed content quicker and easier! Check out our video on why you should use a library database for your research.
You can find John Spoor Broome Library's databases on our Databases A-Z list.
If you aren't sure which database you should use, check out the information on our Research Guides by Subject below.
Do you need help and aren't quite sure where to go to get started? Check out the Library Research Guides to find the best resources for your discipline. You can also check out this quick video to find out how to get to the Research Guides from the Library's website.