Answered By: Library Staff Last Updated: Mar 22, 2016 Views: 759
Did your professor ask you to find resources in EBSCO and you're unsure where to look? The University Library has multiple EBSCO databases that might help you with your research. Below is a listing of EBSCO databases as well as links to pages that provide guidance on using EBSCO databases:
- EBSCO Academic Search Premier: Academic Search Premier is a multi-subject database, which includes articles from journals & other publications. Academic Search Premier is one of our most popular databases. Click here for instructions on accessing Academic Search Premier.
- EBSCO eBooks:The EBSCO eBooks collection includes over 8,000 electronic books covering a range of academic topics. Click here for more information on downloading EBSCO eBooks.
- Peer-reviewed articles by database provider: This page provides an alphabetical list of all the databases we subscribe to from EBSCO.
- Citations by databases: This page provides some guidance for finding citations in databases including those provided by EBSCO.
- ERIC (Education): ERIC is a popular database for finding resources for the field of education. This database includes the Current Index of Journals in Education and Resources in Education Index with ERIC. For more information on finding ERIC documents, visit this FAQ response.
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