Databases contain information about published works.
- These can be journals, conference proceedings, book reviews, book chapters, reports and magazines.
- You can search by keywords, authors, titles, subject, etc, to find out where relevant articles, chapters or essays have been published.
- Some databases contain the full text, while others only provide the reference (details of the publication).
- Once you have the reference, check Library Search to see if the Library holds the journal.
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