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Article databases are research tools that allow you to search for articles in magazines, journals and newspapers.


Go to the library's Article Databases page for a list of the UArts Libraries' subscription databases. Check out the following for this topic:





EBSCOhost has a lot of full-text, scholarly and popular articles covering a wide range of subjects.






ProQuest: The Arts is focused on visual and performing arts, and has many full-text, scholarly and popular articles.







JSTOR is all full-text, scholarly articles.







LexisNexis Academic is mostly newspaper articles. It is full-text and updated daily.









The ARTstor Digital Library provides more than one million images with tools for teaching and research. You can organize images into groups to share, or download them to use in presentations. Its collections comprise contributions from outstanding museums, photographers, libraries, scholars, photo archives, and artists and artists' estates from all over the world. 


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I found articles I want to read. Now what?

There are different ways to find an article once you retrieve a citation in the index:

See if there is a link in the index you're using to a full-text article online and download it or e-mail it to yourself. Click the FindIt@UArts icon to see if our library holds the journal title. FindIt@UArts will also tell you if the full-text article is available in a different database.
Use interlibrary loan to request materials not owned by the UArts Libraries.
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