The GSU Library has a search box called Discover on the homepage. Should you use it or search one of the library's databases (A-Z databases)? If you try it, here are some tips:
The library offers you a helpful tool for finding databases by subject area!
On the library's homepage, just below the "Advanced Discover Search," you'll see "Go to Databases by Subject." All of the subject areas taught at GSU are listed in the dropdown menu. Selecting a subject will bring up a list of databases that relate to that subject -- often with several marked as "Best Bets" for getting started finding resources for that topic.
Selecting "African American Studies" here
gets you to this:
Some subject areas taught at GSU have research guides which include reference-source information for those subjects. For example:
You can see all of our research guides by subject area by clicking on the Research Guides tab on the library's homepage, and selecting a subject area from the dropdown menu.
Resources for searchable text transcripts of TV news coverage. Some include video, some don't.