Answered By: Craig Anderson Last Updated: Jan 07, 2019 Views: 310
The databases are organized in several different lists. In one list the databases are arranged alphabetically, while other lists organize databases by subjects, database types, or vendors. Click a database name to access a database and begin searching for articles and other resources related to your topic.
Many of these databases will offer the option to limit your search to scholarly (or peer-reviewed) journal articles.
If you need help selecting databases for a particular research topic, please consult with a Reference librarian or browse the Research Guides for recommendations on subject-focused research resources (once you select a Research Guide for your subject area, click the Find Articles tab for links to recommended databases for the subject).
Please note: Off-campus access to the databases requires that you login with your Kean Google username and password. If you are not able to access the library's electronic resources with your Kean Google username and password, please contact the Office of Computer and Information Services:
Office of Computer and Information Services