Answered By: Judith Garrison
Last Updated: Jul 05, 2016     Views: 4

GALILEO Discover searches over 100 different databases and usually finds a varied result list. It is a good place to search in the following situations:

  1. The search topic is specific, perhaps a the name of a battle in the civil war, or a rather obscure person, historical figure or character, or the title of an article.
  2. You are not sure which specific database to use, the topic is interdisciplinary or the library does not have a subscription to a specific database for the topic.
  3. You need to draw from a variety of types of sources: books, articles from both magazines and scholarly journals.
  4. You've tried other databases and not found enough or what you need.

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