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CJ 305 - Research Methods Course Guide : About Article Databases & Finding Articles
Use this guide as a reference to find Library resources for your CJ 305 class
Article Databases are large collections of journals that have been digitized and made searchable by subject, title, author, and more. McGrath Library subscribes to dozens of databases. over 82,000 different journal titles are available online through McGrath subscriptions!
The two most commonly used database vendors at Hilbert are EBSCO & ProQuest. Each one has multiple databases based on content that you can search in for articles.
Be Sure to Choose Which Databases You Want to Search in BOTH ProQuest & EBSCO. Watch the McGrath Tutorial Below on How to Choose Databases:
Provides news databases, newspapers, newswires, magazines, broadcast transcripts, business, trade, and professional journals. Also, more than 800 law reviews and journals, federal and state case law and the full text of the United States Code Annotated and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)