Answered By: Library Services Desk Last Updated: Jun 01, 2017 Views: 125
Go to the Libraries' homepage and click on the letter 'e' above the search box. Then, go to the second page of databases beginning with 'e'. There you will find EBSCO Databases.
Or, another way to find them is to click on the letter 'a', then on Academic Search Complete, an EBSCO database. Up at the top of Academic Search Complete, click on "Choose Databases" (in blue text), and this will give you a complete list of our EBSCO databases. If you click on the square to the left of any one and then on OK, this will add that EBSCO database to your search.
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