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Are you looking for a specific database?

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If you are looking for a specific database, you have a couple of options.  If you know the exact name of the database (maybe your professor suggested it), look on the Databases A - Z list.  If you want to find a list of suggested databases by subject, select the Research by Subject page for your topic, and it will offer the best databases to use.

The Answers @ Bertrand Library knowledge base you are currently using is Library & IT's home for any and all questions you might have about the research process.  Whether that is finding good keywords or trying to decide on a citation style, this is where you should start.

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