Path to Databases:
Specific subject databases (such as those for Music) can be found under the Browse by Subject listing on the left side of the Databases page. If you know the name of the database you wish to use they can be found listed alphabetically by name under Browse by Letter.
General databases cover many different subject areas and are a good place to begin for general information on a topic.General databases can be found under the heading Featured Resources. Choose Top Databases or EBSCO Quick Search.
WorldCat is an index to the collections of libraries all over the country. To find WorldCat go to the Databases page and under Browse by Letter, choose W. There are two versions available.
WorldCat: This OCLC version allows you to check for a book's availability within your own zip code, but the search capabilities are less.
WorldCat (First Search) has more detailed search options. It allows you to indicate what format you want (books, visual material, internet resources, and more).
Google Scholar offers a way to search for scholarly articles outside of the JFL collection. The web address is: scholar.google.com. You will find some references to articles from Liberty's databases, but many more from other sources. If you find an article here that you like and it is not available in full text, you can request it through JFL's Interlibrary Loan.