Answered By: Research support team
Last Updated: Apr 10, 2024     Views: 25

It depends what kind of information you're looking for...

The RRU Library subscribes to a wide range of databases that can be searched individually. These databases have a range of uses: some deal with specific types of resources (for example, we have several film databases and a database of theses and dissertations), some are discipline-specific (such as the ABI/Inform database which focuses on business & leadership content), and some are general databases containing articles and ebooks on a wide range of topics. 

If you'd like to explore databases on your own, you can Access the A-Z database list on the library homepage for a complete list with descriptions.

Here you will find two dropdown menus on the list of Library databases (accessed by clicking the ‘Access the A-Z database list’ link just under the Discovery search bar on the Library homepage, including one that allows you to filter databases by subject. This can help you identify databases that may be most relevant depending on your topic.

 

 

Ask us for help or book an appointment with a librarian if you'd like to learn more about searching using Discovery, Google Scholar, or our databases. 

Still have questions? Ask us!

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