Click on the Databases A-Z link on the library's webpage.
The databases list allows the user to search for a database title, browse by title, by subject, by type (article, streaming video, book, etc.), or by vendor.
Use our QuickSearch, located on the Library's homepage, to quickly and easily find articles (and much more) about your topic. Note that this is a general resource that lacks the more advanced features available in a specialized database. To find the best resources for your research topic, see Ask@Briggs, above.
To search a list of library subscriptions or to find a known article in a journal, magazine, or newspaper. Click "Find a Journal" on the library's homepage to search for the title of a journal, magazine, or newspaper. (Note: Do not search for article titles or subjects/topics here)
This will tell you whether we have the journal, the dates available, and the format: online or hard copy.
If you don't find a library subscription, try Google. Occasionally, you can find a free copy of an article by searching the article title in Google.