Can't find what you are looking for?
Search All Databases in the Library's Collection
How to use the All Databases page
If you know the name of the database you want, click the letter tab above.
If you need help selecting the appropriate database(s) for your research, you can browse by subject area above or Ask A Librarian or chat live with a Librarian (see box to the right - hours are Sundays 6:00pm - 10:00pm). You can also contact the library at 864-488-4612.
What do we mean by "database"?
A database is basically something you can use to search within a collection of some type of information. For academic research, we're primarily talking about tools to search for articles and books. Some databases cover articles and books in multiple academic disciplines. Some specialize in one. Often, these databases will include the full text of the article. If not, they will give you enough information (a citation) to find the full article or book somewhere else, and a link to other ways to obtain it (such as in another database or through interlibrary loan). There are many ways to search the databases. For tips and tricks to become a more savvy and powerful searcher, see the "How Do I Find Articles" tutorial.
Library Databases vs. Search Engines
From the WMHS Library:
Your Electronic Resources Librarian
Web Services Librarian/Electronic Resources
Adjunct Professor of Computer Science
AJ Eastwood Library
My favorite books are:
Masters Library Information Science