What is a library database?
In the world of libraries, a database is a collection of research articles. Each database is a unique collection of articles, usually on a particular topic or subject area, such as poetry or psychology.
Expect to explore many different databases, as you look for sources for your project.
Take advantage of these valuable resources. Databases are free for students to use! Your tuition goes toward the purchase of library resources for the KVCC community.
Searching for literary criticism on your chosen poem, short story or author takes perseverance!
You've found the perfect article. Your instructor wants a copy. How do you save or share an article?
Most databases (including ValleyCat, our library catalog) have ways to:
Look for icons or buttons in guide bars at the top or side of the article pages. See some examples below.