Games and Gaming

Places to Search

If you're researching games, there are some main tools that you may want to search.

Omni (for books, games, and more)

Multidisciplinary databases (for research about games)

Education databases (for research about games and learning)

Other databases (for research about other specific aspects of games)

If your games research focuses on one or more other disciplines, such as business or health sciences, you can consult the research guides for those disciplines to find other discipline-specific databases you might search. Contact Digital Literacy Librarian Mish Boutet if you would like help with this.

uOttawa Theses & Dissertations

Although uOttawa has no specific program about games, graduate students from a range of disciplines have written their theses and dissertations on games.