Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb
Last Updated: May 26, 2015     Views: 14

Begin at our Library Homepage (link below)

In the box with the blue arrow, 'select access our entire database'.  This will take you to our Databases page.  Click on the Education tab and Select the 'All EBSCO Education databases.

Begin your search with 'access quality education' (without quotes).  In the column to the left, select the Limit:  Full Text and Scholarly (Peer reviewed) Journals.

This should give you a start.  You may want to use the Subject Thesaurus Terms, or the Subjects, to limit your search to more relevant topics.

A lot of research is playing with words. Trying different words that mean the same thing, adding word if there are too many results, taking some out if there are not enough.

You can search for books by using our Online catalog, WorldCat (Link below) or eBooks by searching our EBSCO eBook collection. On the first page of the libguides (listed above), select EBSCO eBooks.  At their site, do the same or similar searches as you did in the EBSCO articles database. (but you will not need to limit to Full Text or Scholarly)

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