SUBJECT SPECIFIC DATABASES are databases which index the most important scholarly/academic journals in a specific subject area, and are essential for doing in-depth research on a topic in that subject area.
DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC DATABASES index materials from several related subject areas. The materials are usually professional/trade publications and scholarly/academic journals.
GENERAL INTEREST DATABASES are good places to begin research especially if you are unsure about which database to use. They contain a broad range of materials and include many different subjects and disciplines.
Use any of the three databases below to search hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, and handbooks all at the same time!