How to find databases

by Tiia Marjaana Puputti last modified Sep 23, 2016 11:07 AM
  • Write the name of the database in the JYKDOK search box, if you already know which database you want to use.
  • If you want to see databases of an academic discipline, or don't know the databases in your field, do an empty search and choose Format > Database and Research Area > your research area.
  • Watch video instructions on how to find databases in JYKDOK.
    Choose English subtitles from the quotation mark icon below the video screen:

  • Click on the link Database interface to access the database and start searching.
  • Remember what peer-reviewed articles are? Most databases contain both scholarly and not so scholarly articles. You can usually limit your search results to peer-reviewed or scholarly articles.
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