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Project Achieve Library Resources

This guide helps Project Achieve students begin their research or find more help with research projects.

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We can help you:
  • Find a research topic.
  • Make a research plan.
  • Search for scholarly books, articles, & more.
  • Cite your sources.
It's our job to help you understand your research assignment, cut through the jargon and confusion, and help you make a checklist for timely completion of your work.

Top Databases

These are some of the most-used databases. If you don't see one that fits your topic on this list, go to our A-Z Databases list to look at all of our databases and find the one that's right for you.

Searching Databases

This short video shows how to search within Academic Search Complete, one of the library's databases. There are many different types of databases, but this will give you a general idea of what searching and filtering can look like when you are completing research in the databases.

Once you have found an article you want to use in the database, you can see if the full text is available. If it is, then you can download, print, save, email, cite, or link to the article.