Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 79

When you are in an EBSCO database, you can save articles and searches to a folder so you can access them later.  You can save articles by clicking on 'Add to folder' underneath the article while in a list of search results, or on the top right side of the screen while in the article itself.  You can save a search by clicking on 'Alert/Save/Share'.

It's a good idea to create a free EBSCO account and be signed in whenever you are searching and adding content to the folder.  Articles and searches you add to the folder while signed in will remain after you leave the database, and by signing in again you will be able to access them at a later date and on different computers.  Content that is added to the folder while you are not signed in to your EBSCO account will be deleted when you leave the database.  You also need an EBSCO account if you want to check out eBooks.

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