Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: Feb 03, 2016 Views: 43
We do have articles available on this topic.
To begin, go to our A-Z Databases libguide, linked below. It is available from our library homepage by clicking on the Search Databases link with the magnifying glass icon under the Get Started section, FYI.
This libguide organizes our databases by topic. Just click the tab at the top of the libguide that relates to your assignment. In this case I selected the Business tab.
From there, you see a list of databases linked in the top center of the libguide. I chose the "All EBSCO Business & Industry Databases" link. Click to access. If you are off campus, you will be prompted to log in with your last name and 7-digit COM ID. You must be a College of the Mainland student for employee to access. If you are from another school, you will need to access the databases from your own library website.
I used the following search phrase. You can copy and paste: recreational parks AND (tourism OR community development) . I did get results that looked relevant. To narrow, use the limiters on the left. Check the box next to Full Text. You can also adjust the publication date range. Expand the Subject Thesaurus Term heading to narrow by subject.
I'm also including a link to a How-To libguide that has tips on searching EBSCO and narrowing the results.
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