Answered By: HACC Library
Last Updated: Oct 20, 2017     Views: 64

The first step to finding information about your topic in a database, is to be in the database that best meets your need.

For an alphabetical list of all HACC databases (with descriptions), use our Databases A to Z list.

To focus on databases which best support specific subject areas (examples: Allied Health & Nursing; Business; Psychology), go to Databases by Subject and consult the index on the left side of the screen.

(Tip: if you are new to database searching, a good general database that covers many topics well is Academic Search Complete, which can be found in the Databases A to Z list)

Check out the video below which demonstrates a Basic Search in one of our databases:


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