Databases are great resources that collect and let you search for articles and scholarly research on a wide range of subjects, time periods, and publication types. The Syracuse Libraries hosts hundreds of these databases, providing you access to thousands of resources electronically.
For some general research resources, there are some multidisciplinary databases that can help get you started:
For more subject-specific resources, you can also search our databases by subject area or type. These list our databases that are more focused on a specific subject area, and are great if you are looking for more in-depth information on a topic.
If you are in a database and find an article that is not in full-text (in other words, the whole article is not there), follow these simple steps to find it!
To access our databases off-campus, you will need to log in using your NetID and password.
For those who are affiliated with SU but do not have a NetID, enter your 10-digit SUID number as the NetID and enter your last name (all lowercase) as the password.
If you are having difficulties accessing our resources off-campus, please also see our EZproxy troubleshooting guide.