Databases are electronic collections of articles. In most cases, the article itself is also stored in the databse.
For general articles, use the Articles box. To reach either a specific database or subject relevant databases, use the Find Articles & Databases link on the library homepage.
SearchME is a federated search engine. It allows you to search several databases at once. By default it will search , and .
When you first start searching, you may wish to click the Stop Searching link to display results found up to that point.
On the results page, you can click the title of the article to go into the database, or the name of the database next to Source to connect.
Aditionally, the Find Articles & Databases page gives you several options:
This is the Academic Search Premier basic search screen, but information below is true for any of our databases from EBSCO. See below for numbering definitions:
After performing a search, you will get a results screen that looks similar to the following:
By clicking on an article title, you get even more options:
See our Find Full Text tutorial for help using the Find Full Text button.
Last Updated 11/14/2010