When searching for articles, you may use a general/interdisciplinary database (one that searches all subject areas/all academic disciplines) or a subject database (one that focuses solely on one subject/one discipline or related subjects). This guide will show you examples from both types of databases.
When selecting a database, ask yourself these questions:
After you have answered the above questions, try any of the following to help determine which databases to search:
Syracuse University Libraries provides access to over 600 databases containing articles from various types of sources as well as audio files, images, videos, statistics, maps, and more.
You can browse databases by subject or content type.