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Gale's In Context databases provide great topic overviews and can be really helpful in establishing a basic understanding of a topic and its scope.
We have an In Context database to help with pretty much any topic. These can be found on the A-Z list, but are linked below for convenience:
The Library's A-Z database list can be found on the library's website behind the Articles & Databases link under Resources.
The databases are listed alphabetically on the page, and there is a brief description under each so you know what types of sources can be found there.
You can use the filters near the top to view databases that:
You'll also find on this page:
4. a link to search by periodical title in order to determine whether the library has online access to specific newspapers, magazines & journals; and
5. a list of databases for which we currently have trials, and a link to provide feedback on those resources (we consider this when we look at adding new databases).
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