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Learn how to effectively search Library Literature and Information Science Full Text, sort and analyze your results, and manage your findings using the folder and citation features. Keywords: EBSCO, library science, information science
This brief guide helps history students search the America: History and Life and Historical Abstracts databases. Includes tips on narrowing search terms by document type, language, and historical period. Keywords: periodicals, newspapers, book reviews, media, American History, Canadian History
This tutorial will teach the basics of finding companies, industry, and country information in Mergent Online.
Database of citations to journal articles, books and dissertations from the 1920s. International coverage in the disciplines of literature, language and linguistics, literary theory and criticism. Keywords: MLA; English Literature; Modern Language Association; MLA International Bibliography Online
This interactive tutorial provides students with step by step instructions on how to search the PubMed database effectively. Students are guided through accessing the database through the UA Library catalog, using limits and advanced search features to maximize relevancy of results, understanding Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) terms, and interpreting records. Keywords: QuickHelp, side by side, National Center for Biotechnology Information, NCBI, U.S. National Library of Medicine, NLM, National Institutes of Health, NIH, Medline, molecular biology, medical literature, biomedical research
This interactive tutorial is designed to introduce students to the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and their use in searching the PubMed database. Skills taught include using MeSH headings and subheadings to limit search results, accessing and evaluating MeSH records through the MeSH database, and using an article's MeSH terms to determine relevancy. Keywords: QuickHelp, side by side, NCBI, National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, NLM, National Institutes of Health, NIH, Medline, molecular biology, medical literature, biomedical research, controlled vocabulary
Learn how to access e-books through Ebrary. Guides students through the steps of setting up an account, navigating, creating notes, and using Ebrary's InfoTools. Includes practice activities with instant feedback. Keywords: e-books, ebooks, limit results, e-book, ebrary, electronic books, digital books
This database provides access to over 220 million consumers and 30 million businesses in the US. You may download up to 1000 records per a search. Access to AtoZ Business Databases is provided by the Pima Public Library. You must have a valid Pima Public Library card and pin to access this database.
This tutorial introduces students to more advanced features in WorldCat, while also covering the complexities of transliterated Cyrillic in bibliographic records. Keywords: Transcription, WorldCat, Transliteration, Cyrillic, Russian, Slavic, Romanization