Answered By: Judith Garrison Last Updated: Jul 05, 2016 Views: 5
Answered By: Judith Garrison
Last Updated: Jul 05, 2016 Views: 5
GALILEO Discover searches over 100 different databases and usually finds a varied result list. It is a good place to search in the following situations:
- The search topic is specific, perhaps a the name of a battle in the civil war, or a rather obscure person, historical figure or character, or the title of an article.
- You are not sure which specific database to use, the topic is interdisciplinary or the library does not have a subscription to a specific database for the topic.
- You need to draw from a variety of types of sources: books, articles from both magazines and scholarly journals.
- You've tried other databases and not found enough or what you need.
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