The UNT Libraries subscribe to hundreds of online databases, and provide access to thousands of electronic journal titles, e-books, and an array of online art, music, and media materials. This tutorial provides basic information about finding, and getting help with these systems in general, butt if you need help, ask your librarian, Brea Henson.
UNT Electronic Databases are extraordinarily diverse. The following list is representative, but not complete:
You essentially have two options.
If you are not sure what type of materials you want, you can use the tab to conduct a board search of the catalog, articles, database, subject/course guides, and more about the topic you are interested in. Search results are categorized by resource type. Clicking on the resource type will take you to more information on your topic in that category.
Click on the "Find" Tab Above, or go back to the libraries home page.
You will see a tabbed search box. The "Online Articles" Search can search through millions of electronically available full-text, scholarly articles. Enter your search terms.
If you want to expand your criteria beyond articles to include other material types, you can do so from the advanced search.
On the results screen, use the left-column facet selectors to further refine your search.
As of Spring 2013, all databases, e-Journals, and newspapers can be located by searching/browsing within the library catalog as well as using the database tab.
Key features of the library homepage include
Key features of the results page include