Use the library's research databases to find articles covering many academic disciplines using a variety of search methods. The library databases are listed by Name, Subject, and Type, many of which provide the full-text of articles. For articles not available online, use the Find Text Finder link included with the citation to display where a copy of the article can be found. To locate articles on a topic, use the research databases. From the library's homepage, choose Research Databases and select to search by NAME, SUBJECT, or TYPE.
How do I search for the citation of a known item in a journal?
Use the EJC article lookup tool to search for a specific article citation in the Electronic Journal Center.
EBSCOhost help guide - Created by the library
EBSCOhost Tutorials - Tutorials on how to search many ebsco databases hosted on YouTube.
Introduction to EBSCOhost - PowerPoint Tutorial
Advanced Searching on EBSCOhost - PowerPoint Tutorial
Citing Articles on EBSCOhost - PowerPoint Tutorial
CQ Researcher Overview - Video Tutorial
CQ Researcher - PDF Guide
Films On Demand - Tutorial videos
Guide to Literary Research, Writing and Critical Reading - A tutorial from Literary Reference Center that provides information to support research and the writing process.
JSTOR Tutorials - Tutorials covering basic search, advanced search, how to refine searches, locating a known article, and managing citations.
LexisNexis Tutorial - A YouTube hosted tutorial from LexisNexis on how to effectively search the database.
Nexis Uni: Search from the Homepage - Tutorial Video
Nexis Uni: Advanced Searching - Tutorial Video
SIRS Researcher Quick Start Guide