Answered By: Peggy LaSalle Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018 Views: 70
Answered By: Peggy LaSalle
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018 Views: 70
- A library database is an online resource that contains articles and information from sources such as magazines, newspapers, journals, videos, and reference books.
- Most of the things you find in our databases cannot be found in Google or Wikipedia because the library pays for these resources through a subscription.
- The information is provided from professionals or experts in the field.
- The library currently has many different databases, which cover topics from health to business to history.
- Access these databases through the library's website, book.matc.edu.
- To see a list of all the databases, click on the A-Z List of Databases tab on the One Search box on our webpage.
- To get more information on how to find articles in our library databases, see the How to Find a Journal Article guide.