Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: Sep 09, 2019 Views: 52
To find articles on this topic, go to our A-Z databases guide, linked below. Select the Education page to see a list of linked databases that have information on your topic.
When off campus, you will have to log in with your last name and COM ID.
A couple of good databases to try are the Professional Development Collection and ProQuest Research Library.
For both, use the phrase "school uniforms" , and include the quotation marks. They tell the database to search that exact phrase.
For the Professional Development Collection, after you run your search, choose the full text option on the left under the Limiter section. You can also adjust the publication date if you want recent articles.
For ProQuest, use the same search phrase and check the Full Text box under the search bar. You will see similar limiters to the left of your result list (publication date, subject, etc.).
I'm including How To guides on ProQuest and EBSCO Academic Search Complete, which is very similar to the Professional Development Collection. They have search tips and info on obtaining and correcting citations.
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