Subject and Interdisciplinary Databases
Is research from other disciplines relevant to your research question? Try these databases:
- Psychology - PsycINFO
- Social Sciences (includes education, psychology, economics, etc.) - ProQuest Social Sciences
- Business - Business Source Complete
- Scholarly journals in all areas - Web of Science
- Google Scholar user? Add the Harvard Library Bookmarklet to your browser to link to full text available though the library
Not sure which one to use? Is something else better? Ask Us!
What is Gray Literature?
Gray literature is a work that is either informally published, or published by a non-commercial enterprise, such as an association, academic institution, or government agency. Gray literature includes reports, conference proceedings, research papers, dissertations and more.
Where to find Gray Literature?
Research Clearinghouses such as the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center provide concise summaries of findings, policy implications, and recommendations on key education issues.
Associations or research centers working in higher education can be useful sources of gray literature.