A database contains a collection of articles from various journals and makes them searchable all in one place. No single database has ALL journals, so it is best to search in multiple databases.
Many times, you won't get what you want on your first search. Searching is about trial and error, so you may have to attempt several searches using different combinations of search words. If you have tried multiple searches in multiple databases and still cannot find what you need, please ask a librarian.
Request books or articles the library does not have access to via Interlibrary Loan (ILL). About 90% of article requests are filled within 24 hours Monday-Friday.