High Library Database Spotlight – Academic Search Complete

High Library Database Spotlight – Academic Search Complete

How do you start your research process? For most subject areas, Academic Search Complete is the database we recommend. It is an interdisciplinary database (meaning that it does not just contain articles from one particular subject area). No matter what subject area you are researching, chances are that you will find high quality popular or scholarly articles in Academic Search Complete. 

Unlike QuickSearch or Google Scholar, the number of results you find in Academic Search Complete are more manageable. It also happens to be the first database listed alphabetically under “Databases & Articles” so it is always easy to find. Providing students and faculty with access to over 8,000 articles and over 13,000 publications, you should definitely take advantage of this valuable resource if you have not already. 

Click here for a brief tutorial on Academic Search Complete by E-town librarian, Joshua Cohen, to learn more. If you have any questions about the database, please contact Josh at cohenjp@etown.edu or Jennifer Strain at strainj@etown.edu