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Databases identify journal articles, books, conference proceedings, reports, and other materials. There are multiple ways to find databases:
Not sure how or where to start your research? Check out the research guide for your subject or academic discipline - it will help you identify relevant databases, books, and other resources.
For help with library resources and services and different aspects of the research and writing process, check out the UWF Libraries online tutorials. Although you will find individual tutorials embedded within this guide, this link will take you to the main tutorials page.
Many of our resources may be accessed only by current UWF students, faculty, and staff. For Remote Access (off-campus), we must authenticate you as a valid UWF user before connecting you to these resources. Click the Access tab on the library home page to log in using your Argonet credentials. When the Access tab is GREEN, you have full access. If the tab is RED, you are not logged in to the library's proxy server.