The following general databases are multidisciplinary and cover a broad range of subject areas. If you're not sure where to begin, we recommend one of these:
The following databases provide access to national and international newspapers:
Google Scholar can be far more useful in locating scholarly resources than the default Google search. However, be aware that in most cases Google Scholar only provides a citation, not the full text of an article.
If you find a useful article through Google Scholar, use our "Finding Full Text Articles" guide to locate the full text of the article in one of our databases.
Wardman Library provides access to a number of general, interdisciplinary, and subject-specific databases. You can find the complete list on our Databases by Subject page. If you are looking for an article published in a specific journal (e.g. Journal of Medical Ethics), use our Journal A-Z list to find out which database you should search.