A library database is an electronic collection of information and documents, including newspapers, magazines, scholarly journals, and more.
Databases are not considered "the Internet." We use an internet browser to access library databases but we are not searching a website. Unlike searching Google, using a library database will allow you to:
Once you find your keywords, you then have to indicate the relationship or connection between the keywords using Boolean operators AND, OR, or NOT.
(adapted from content created by Helen Hooper, Sharon Bryan, and Kylie Bartlett of James Cook University -- Writing Guide)