Trusted health information from the National Library of Medicine. Has information on wellness, diseases and syndromes, and other useful topics, such as understanding medical research. This database is freely available on the web.
The materials are written for consumers and clients. These materials may be useful for programs and classes.
Use Databases (indexes) to find articles in journals, magazines, and newspapers.
There are several subject categories of databases that are useful for particular subject-specialized research.
|Getting Started||Ethnicity, Race, & Gender|
|Business||Government, Policy, and Law|
|Education, Society, & Social Welfare|
ERIC (Education Resources Information Center) is a clearinghouse created by the U.S. Department of Education. It indexes articles in education and social science journals.
The ERIC database is available from two library database producers: ProQuest and EBSCOhost.
B.A., History. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 1973.
M.S., Library Science. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. 1981.
Most Library online resources can be accessed from off campus by current UD faculty, staff, and students. When using links on these pages, you may be prompted for your UDelNetID and password. Please report any issues you encounter while accessing Library databases, e-journals, or e-books.
Search for scholarly articles, either a topic or a particular article that you need to find. Easy to search. Provides links to full articles if available free online or if the UD Library has a subscription.
Do not use as your only database.
Access Google Scholar from the library databases page.
RefWorks is a web-based citation management system. The system can: