Choose a database to start your research.
Start with the research guide in your subject area.
Find the research guide in your subject area - Research by Subject
Research guides are created by librarians who pull together the most relevant research resources for the subject area. First, click on the link above and find the most relevant research guide for your subject. Once you are in the guide, click the tabs at the top or side of the research guide to navigate. Look for "find articles" or "recommended databases" to see a list of suggested databases for specific subjects.
Start with an interdisciplinary database covering broad subject areas.
Want to try a single search across multiple databases?
Your search results will include articles from journals, newspapers, magazines, trade publications, technical reports, newsletters, and book chapters available online, full-text from the last five years. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Search many of UTA Libraries databases at once.
When searching from off-campus, in Google Scholar click on -- Menu -- Settings -- Library Links. Search for "university of texas at arlington," put a check mark in the box and hit save. Then when you search in Google Scholar you will see "Find It @ UTA" next to some of the results. Clicking on that link will take you to the resource within the UTA Libraries database.