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What is a database?

A database is a collection of resources organized by topic. Our subscription databases provide academic and scholarly resources that include full-text documents from ebooks and articles from newspapers, magazines, and journals. Several databases also provide images, sheet music, video, and audio.
Databases are a good source for reliable resources.

  • Content is reviewed for authority and accuracy.
  • Content can be accessed anytime, anywhere.

How to access a database

When accessing a database while you are off campus, you will first reach an ezyproxy page and will need to log in.

EZproxy login provides 24-7 access.

When logging into a database you will be asked for an EZproxy PatronID and PIN for access. Use your (library) ID as both your PatronID and PIN. See example below.


If you have trouble logging in, please contact


Use of Databases

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