The GT Library has 260+ databases.
All databases are accessible through the Find Articles (Databases) Page. Subject specific databases are also accessible on this Research Guide.
In order to access the GT Library databases you must be enrolled for a class in the current semester.
You can access databases off-campus. You will simply need to provide your GT username and password.
When using most style formats, you will need to cite an article from a database differently than an article from a print publication. The Citation Styles, Tutorials, and Tools Guide will help you as you format your citations/bibliography.
This is a cross-disciplinary resource that covers millions of physical and electronic resources, such as journal articles, books, media, conference proceedings, e-books, digital collections, and more.
Select Articles/Databases to locate other more specific databases by name or subject.
Not all resources are included, so you may need to search a specific database to complete your research.