Culture and Language
To search for journal articles, conference proceedings, etc., select the most appropriate subject area below.
- Alphabetical List of Databases
- Architecture and Design
- Art and Art History
- Biosciences and Health
- Career Resources
- Citing Your Sources
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Doctoral Programs
- ESL (English as a Second Language)
- Faculty Services
- Humanities and Literature
- RefWorks and Citing Your Sources
- Using Assessment in the Classroom
- Using LTU Library
- Using LTU's TechCat+
- Using Other Libraries
Best Places to Start
Start with TechCat+, the library catalog for an overview of available resources. Start with one of the article databases if you only want information from periodicals. Those suggested below are good "general" databases, covering a variety of topics. They include content from scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers.
These databases are more specialized but still index articles in a variety of subject areas.
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