Research: Databases / LibGuides
This page has databases & LibGuides to help you find articles, e-books, and more.
What's a database?
Databases may look a bit like internet searches. They both have a box that lets you enter keywords or terms, but there are some big differences! Every record in a database is checked by an expert and carefully chosen. This means that you get quality information. Also, the results will be for journal articles, multimedia, or other references instead of just websites.
Databases are for GC students, faculty, and staff. To have access off-campus, use your My Viking ID and password.
To view full database list & descriptions browse: A-Z Databases & More Info
For some subjects, we have narrowed down lists. Instead of choosing from 150+ databases to search, you can start with these "best bet" options.Databases recommended about specific subjects:
- Business & Economics (databases)
- Careers & Employment (databases)
- Counseling (databases)
- DIY (databases)
- Education (databases)
- Government (databases)
- Health & Medicine (databases)
- History (databases)
- Literature (databases)
- Multidisciplinary (databases)
- News & Newspapers (databases)
- Religion & Philosophy (databases)
- Sciences (databases)
- Technology (databases)
- The Arts (databases)
What's a LibGuide?
LibGuides are pages to help you learn. Librarians design them for classes or other topics. LibGuide = Library Guide.
Check out the ones that interest you!
- Culinary Arts (LibGuide)
- English (LibGuide)
- Dual-Credit (LibGuide)
- General Reference - Citing Information (LibGuide)
- General Reference - Copyright, Fair Use. . . (LibGuide)
- General Reference - Evaluating Websites (LibGuide)
- General Reference - Open Educational Resources (OER) (LibGuide)
- General Reference - Research 101 (LibGuide)
- History (LibGuide)
- History - Vietnam (LibGuide)
- Mathematics (LibGuide)
- Nursing (LibGuide)
- Psychology (LibGuide)
- Science (LibGuide)
- Sociology (LibGuide)
- Sociology - Dr. Cooke's Class (LibGuide)
Your friendly librarians will help you find articles and other resources. We look forward to answering your questions.
To contact us: please visit the library, call 903-463-8637 or send an email.