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Databases frequently provide full-text for many articles but in some cases the full text is not available. In order to get an article that is not available online in full text you need to complete the Interlibrary Loan Article Request Form. Some article citations in the databases will link to the interlibrary loan form or you can find the form on the library website under Quick Links.
Databases are the best way to find quality articles. We subscribe to over 100 databases on almost every topic. Doing a search on the Web will not always allow you to access good, scholarly information that you are expected to use for college-level research.
The first step to finding relevant research articles is determining which databases are most useful for your topic. A good starting place is Academic Search Complete (EBSCO database). This is a comprehensive, scholarly, multi-disciplinary database with many Full-Text articles.
Current Event Databases
Education Research Complete (EBSCO)
Education Full Text (EBSCO)
Business Source Complete (EBSCO)
CINAHL Plus (EBSCO)
Social Science Databases
When you click on a database link on campus, you will go directly to the database. When you click from off-campus, you will be prompted to log in. The login screen for our library looks something like this. (NOTE: this is just an illustration)