|Name||What is it good for||Size|
|PubMed (contains MEDLINE)||Biomedical sciences (US Nat'l Lib Med)||27 M|
|Embase||Biomedical sciences (Elsevier)||34 M|
|Web of Science||Life sciences, Social sciences (Clarivate)||35 M|
|PsycINFO||Psychology (ProQuest)||4.4 M|
|Sociological Abstracts||Sociology (ProQuest)||?? M|
|CINAHL||Nursing and allied health (EBSCO)||5.2 M|
|ERIC||Education (ProQuest)||1.2 M|
Each of the databases in the table above can be found by searching in the search box on the library home page; results will be found to the right of the page in the Database area.
There are a wealth of databases to be found in the Databases link in Popular Links on the Library Homepage.
|Name||What is it?||Tips/Tricks|
|The current mother of all search engines...||Limit by .edu or .gov domains in Advanced Search|
|GoogleScholar||Google results filtered for academic content. Mostly published articles but also papers and presentations, white papers, etc.||
Settings. Used Advanced Search. Simplify PubMed searches. Find at scholar.google.com
|Tripdatabase||An Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) search engine. The free version is very useful. You can get some bells and whistles for $40/year.||Try the PICO search. Find at tripdatabase.com|
|SUMsearch||A somewhat idiosyncratic search engine for EBM.||There is no substitute for trying this one...find at sumsearch.org|