The Library has numerous databases that provide full text access to articles in magazines, newspapers, trade publications and scholarly journals. Most of the articles in the Library's databases cannot be found through a Google search.
Where to start will depend on the research you are doing and the type of information you need to find.
To search for information on a broad topic:
Go to the FIND menu on the Library's homepage, then click "Databases (Articles & More)." All of the Library's databases are listed here in alphabetical order. If you're looking for a specific database, you can jump to it alphabetically.
If you don't have a database in mind, you can choose a subject from the dropdown menu on the left side of the page. You may find your topic falls under more than one potential category (e.g. Philosophy or Religion).
(From: Lane Wilkinson, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga)
In a library catalog or database, remember research is more an art than a science. So, if you receive zero results when you think you should've gotten something, CHECK THE FOLLOWING: