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Commercial Dance

A curated guide for Commercial Dance resources at Pace Libraries

Searching For Articles

What is a database?

A database is a collection of information that is organized so that it can be easily accessed. Databases typically allow you to search across a multitude of resources: everything from newspaper and magazine articles, to more subject specific scholarly journal articles and peer reviewed materials.

Through Pace Libraries, you have access to approximately 200 databases that cover a wide range of topics.

Not sure where you need to look? You can explore all of our databases organized by Subject to get a better sense of what's available to you. 

How do I access library databases?
The Pace Library subscribes to over 200 hundred databases.

To browse and search databases organized by subject,

  1. Select "Databases" from the library homepage
  2. Select a subject from the drop down menu:
  3. Once you choose a subject ("Theatre Arts," "Film Studies," etc.), you can browse the list of relevant databases.

How do I use library databases?

Using academic databases can be tricky, particularly for new users. 

Included below are some helpful video tutorials created by Pace Librarians to provide a more in-depth look at using performing arts-sepcific databases for searching, browsing, and more. 

Relevant Subject Databases