Key questions to ask:
Databases are simply collections of journals searchable from one search box. They enable you to find good quality subject-specific research and journal articles on a topic. Listed below are some useful business databases (you will need your Single Sign On username and password to access them).
A guide is also available for you to view/download that illustrates how to search databases effectively.
You can use Library Search to find journal articles as this will search the vast majority of the content we subscribe to. If you find that this method produces too much information, you may wish to use the subject-specific databases to perform a more targeted literature search.
Below are some more databases that you may find useful in your research
Undergraduate students in their 3rd/4th year and all postgraduate students and staff can request journal articles that DMU does not have access to through our inter-library loan (ILL) service (subject to copyright/publisher permissions). Click on the link below to access the ILL guide:
Economic and business context