Answered By: Kathleen Goldfarb Last Updated: Aug 14, 2019 Views: 57
To access our EBSCO databases, start at our guides homepage.(link below) Go to the databases by A to Z linked below. The databases are in alphabetical order, so click on 'e' to search EBSCO.
In the box with the big blue arrow, click on 'access our entire database'
From there, select the subject page 'Literature'
To access our databases from Off-Campus, you will need to be a College of the Mainland student, staff or community user. You will need your COM ID (7 digits, add leading zero(s) if needed)
If you need to use EBSCO, select the first link under Literature 'Academic Search Complete'
Search "romeo and juliet". By putting in the quotation marks, you will get articles with that phrase in the article. As you are typing the search, you will see some other suggestions that might help limit your search to a particular aspect of the play.
Click on Search
Once you get to your search results, on the left of the screen, under Limit To you want to limit your search to 'Full Text' items and Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) journals.
My search still has 2,489 results.
You can limit your results further using the 'Subject: Thesaurus' or 'Subject' limits. After you click on them, you will see a few Subjects listed. Click on the 'Show more' to find other possible subject limits. Use this option to narrow down your search to the aspect of Romeo and Juliet that interests you.
You may want to check out our EBSCO databases guide (link below)
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