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Leading Organizations (MLO): Find Articles

Library Databases to Search

You will want to use a library database to track down peer-reviewed articles and other scholarly sources. There are two types of databases:

  • Subject Database A searchable collection of scholarly journals in a particular field of study such as psychology or education.
  • Multidisciplinary Database A searchable collection of scholarly journals from a large collection of fields, often humanities, social sciences, and more. ProQuest is a good example of a multidisciplinary database.

The databases listed below are frequently used by Peabody students, depending on the subject they are interested in. Read the descriptions to see if one of these might be a good place for you to start!

Google Scholar Search

InterLibrary Loan

Can't find it at Vanderbilt?  Use this link to request the resource from another library.