Q. How do I find databases like JSTOR, PsychInfo, NexisUni, Web of Science, etc.?

Answered By: Kathryn Ray
Last Updated: Jan 25, 2019     Views: 1029

To search many of our databases at the same time, try the search bar "AU Library Search" on the library's homepage. More specific searches can be conducted using our specialized databases.

The AU library subscribes to almost 600 databases.  For an alphabetical list, go to the library's homepage under RESEARCH RESOURCES and click on SEARCH DATABASES

On the "Search Databases" landing page, look for and click "All Subjects" pull down menu for a list of databases grouped by subject.

AU librarians create Subject Guides specific to our collections. Take a look at their Subject Guides to find recommended "core" databases by subject.

Interested in Primary Sources?  Take a look at this list of databases useful in finding primary sources.

If you don't find what you need, please Ask-A-Librarian.

 

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