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A database is an organized collection of data or information. A library database organizes facts, journal articles, magazine articles, newspapers, images, sounds, and other electronic items into usable records for you to do research. The library databases offered at NDSCS are searchable by things like author, title, publication information, and keyword, and many provide full-text content and citation help to guide you in your research.


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