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UNI 394 Library Research Guide

Multidisciplinary Research Dababases

The sources listed here are all ASU Library’s subscriptions. They provide information from the published magazine and journal literature you will generally NOT find freely on the Internet. Also available through the Research Databases page. You will need your ASURite ID and password to access library databases from off campus.

Research Databases by Subject/Discipline

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