What are library databases?
A library database is an electronic catalogue or index that contains information about published items. Most of the library databases are not freely available on the Internet and are specially subscribed by the library.
Library databases contain a variety of information from professional sources such as articles from journals, magazine, newspaper and trade publications. There are also conference proceedings, Business intelligence reports and financial data.
Library databases are searchable. By Keywords, Subject, Author, Title, Date and etc.
NTU library subscribes to many library databases in a wide range of subjects. You can browse them at the database page by subject list or alphabetical list. If you know the database name, you can search for it in OneSearch . Select the tab Databases in OneSearch, key in the title and click Go to search for the database.
What are Journal articles useful for?
Journal articles may be useful when:
Journal articles may not be useful when:
There are a couple of ways to look for journal articles in the library collection: