The "Article Search" box below searches several article databases at once. It is very important to know how to search a database in order to find articles.
Kate Chopin AND "Story of an Hour"
"capital punishment" OR "death penalty"
mustang AND horse NOT automobile
Is this the only way to find articles?
Not all of the Library's databases are searched when you use the "Article Search" box.
The Online Databases page includes:
- databases arranged ALPHABETICALLY
(A to Z List)
- databases arranged by SUBJECT
(business, health, sociology, etc.)
- databases arranged by TYPE
(articles, ebooks, newspapers, etc.)
Can I use the online databases from home?
When using the Library's online databases off campus, you will be prompted to enter your myPittCC username and password. A picture of a bulldog indicates links that require a myPittCC login.
What about articles on the Internet?
There are ways to search for scholarly articles on the Internet.
Here are some options:
If you find an article that is not available for free, or does not include the full text of the article, ask a librarian to help you order the article from another library.
What about PRINT journals, magazines, and newspapers in the Library?
To find out if the library carries a print subscription to a particular journal, magazine, or newspaper, use the library catalog to perform a periodical title search: