Databases are collections of resources that are indexed and searchable. Subject-specific databases focus on a single academic discipline or a group of related disciplines. While they cover more specific topics within their subject area, they do not include the broad range of topics common to general databases.
Sometimes topics we are discussing are not contained to one specific discipline. In this case you will want to use a database that contains articles from the sciences, social sciences, and arts & humanities. They are a great way to see who is talking about your topic and to expand your research.
In addition to searching collections of resources, you can also browse and access articles through individual publications.
Find the full-text for any article quickly with Libkey IO. You will just need to enter the article's DOI or PMID into the search box.
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