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ENG 104: Emily Scalzo

Find Databases

The University Libraries offer an option that will search nearly all our resources at once (OneSearch) as well as specific research databases. It is best to try both options as you explore your research topic. 

You can access OneSearch and library databases from anywhere, both on and off campus. 


Find the OneSearch search box on the University Libraries Homepage.

Find databases through the Libraries' website:

  • To access the databases, go to the University Libraries Homepage
  • Select Databases under 'Popular Services and Resources'
  • Use the letters to find your database by title or the All Subjects drop down menu to choose databases by subject area

Or go directly one of our most helpful interdisciplinary databases for most ENG 104 topics:

Academic Search Complete

Academic Search Complete covers topics from many fields and includes academic journal articles, magazine and newspaper articles, and other sources.

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