Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 51

Start with the Library's LibGuides homepage (Link Below)

A good place to begin your research is our Databases LibGuide. (Link Below)  Select the tab for the subject area you are interested in.

We have access to a wide variety of online databases.  Many of them are owned by EBSCO, check out our How to use EBSCO LibGuide  (Link Below), for search tips. Click on the 'My EBSCO' tab for inforamtion on how to create an EBSCO account. This will allow you to search different EBSCO databases, from different computers at different times, and save the articles in your EBSCO account.

After doing your research, it is also important to properly cite the articles you used.  Check out our Cite MLA Style LibGuide  (Link Below).  There are also LibGuides for APA, ACS and GSA citations. (LInks below)

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