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- Grouped by format: Articles, Ebooks, Film, and Newspapers.
- This is not a complete list of all the databases, but are our most popular ones.
Google Scholar at KU
Google Scholar is a special search engine in Google that specifically looks for research articles. If you use it from on-campus, then it will give you a link to an article if it's in one of the library databases.
Use this link to find out if the library has a subscription to the journal, magazine, or newspaper that you need, and the range of dates that are available.
WorldCat is a database that has all of the holdings from over 17,000 libraries worldwide. This is the database the library uses when you request something on interlibrary loan. If you log in from on-campus, it will even tell you if KU already has what you are looking for.
WorldCat The most comprehensive and up-to-date bibliographic resource available. Union catalog of materials held by OCLC libraries. 50,000,000+ bibliographic records for audio-visual materials, books, maps, musical scores, newspapers, periodicals and more. Updated daily. Coverage 1000 BC - present.
All the Databases
Here is the link to our Databases A-Z page:
- It's a gateway to all of the library's subscription databases.
- It includes lists of databases for each major.
Best Databases in Your Discipline
While doing research, it should be easy to find the best databases in your discipline.
All you must do is go to the Databases A-Z page at https://library.kutztown.edu/az.php (You might want to Bookmark this).
Then, at the top, you will see a drop-down menu called ALL SUBJECTS
From that menu, select the subject you need. It will then list the best databases for that subject.
Enter a search term to search this site.