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  2. You can use CCA Library OneSearch to search across various book and article databases simultaneously. It includes journal articles, eBooks, and items in the physical library collection.
  3. If you find too many articles, try selecting "Databases by Subject" to dig deeper into the resources from a specific academic discipline. "General" databases are a good place to start because they cover multiple disciplines.

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