Search & Find
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Learn to create effective searches using keyword selection, combining keywords into search strings, and how to revise searches to find what you’re looking for. Includes practice activities. Keywords: Boolean, searching
This tutorial is an introduction to using Euromonitor's Passport database. You will be able to search for information about brands, companies, and industries by country and region.
Online worksheet designed to prepare students for database searching through brainstorming ideas and using Boolean search logic. Keywords: Boolean operators, refining search results, effective search techniques
Introduction into finding SEC filings by public companies on the EDGAR database.
Learn to find different types of materials, including how to search the catalog and locate maps, newspapers, magazines, journals, books, articles, textbooks, government documents, technical reports, audio/ visuals, and dissertations/ theses. Keywords: fundamental skill, OPAC, locating library resources
This tutorial will introduce you to the different search capabilities of BizMiner. You will be able to search by industry and geographic region upon completion of this tutorial.
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 tutorial will introduce the user to the basic to advanced features available in PrivCo. PrivCo is the premier source for business and financial data on major, non-publicly traded corporations, including family owned, private equity owned, venture backed, and international unlisted companies.
This tutorial will introduce first year medical students to some of the key resources available to them through the Arizona Health Sciences Library. Keywords: medical student databases resources textbooks
Discover the benefits and pitfalls of relying on fulltext searching while also learning to employ more more advanced (and precise) search strategies. Keywords: MLA, full text, controlled vocabulary, fields, access points, JSTOR, Google Scholar