A database is a collection of information on a specific subject, or produced for a specific audience. A general database has a broad range of topics, a specialized database is aimed at a certain subject or profession. Usually a database collects information from magazines and journals, but sometimes they include news transcripts, conference proceedings and other types of resources.
Some examples of general databases at YHC are
So you've got a research project. Here are some steps that can make the process a little easier.
It's never wrong to ask for help. We can save you a lot of time and frustration by getting you on the right track to finding the resources you need!
Ready to go? Use the tabs at the top to find information about the different types of resources available to you at YHC!
To use these resources, you need to be on campus or logged in via YHC Connect for subscription database access.