Bring these skills together by using a library database to find articles for your research.
Click the 'Find Databases' button on the library's homepage [shown above] to access the A-Z list of databases.
Use the drop-down menu options to filter the databases to specific subjects or, if you know the specific database name, click a letter along the horizontal list to jump to that section of database names.
Some recommended 'general research' databases that cover all disciplines and can be good starters when researching for articles are:
The databases listed above, and many more, can all be accessed through Lavery Library's A to Z list of databases.
Wondering which databases might work well for your topic? -- Ask a librarian! We are here to help and are happy to answer questions through email or set up a time to meet. Click here to find out how to contact your Lavery Librarians.
Select a keyword from each row in your concept map [shown above on the left]; enter each into a search box in the database you've selected [shown above on the right].
Perform more than one search in each database, changing keyword combinations as needed.