A library database is an electronic collection of information, organized to allow users to obtain that information by searching in a variety of ways. Newspapers are important resources for obtaining current information, personal accounts, opinions on topics and coverage of popular topics in a given community. These online library databases are highly organized and classified into different types of databases to streamline search efforts. Academic libraries contain both works of fiction (works of the imagination) for analysis and works of non-fiction (works based on facts).
An online resource containing a large amount of information and articles in the form of printed sources such as newspapers, magazines, magazines and reference materials may also be referred to as a library database. Books are fundamental resources for studying the humanities in particular and also provide an important and profound context for topics in the social sciences and sciences.