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Note: Not all of the resources in specialist databases can be found using CDU library search
Library Search is a simple way to search for information resources, including journal articles. But sometimes you will need to use the additional, discipline-specific features provided by specialist databases to find the information that you need for your assignments.
Subject-specific databases are ideal for searching the journal literature because they are tailored to a particular discipline, and therefore provide the ability to narrow your search in ways that wouldn't be possible in a general database or search tool like Library Search.
They vary from each other on subject area, coverage, content types, geographical location, etc - so consider which database/s will be most likely to contain the kind of information you're looking for.
|Academic Search Premier
|Provides full text for nearly 4,000 scholarly publications, including more than 3,100 peer-reviewed journals.
|Provides full text access to Australian legal materials including primary legal materials
|Provides access to over 100,000 multidisciplinary ebooks
|Provides access to all Informit databases
|Full text access (1999 to present) to 450 journal titles
|Articles from over 1800 subscribed journal titles may be viewed, table of contents for non subscribed titles can also be accessed.