Go to EBSCOhost Web and then select one or more databases:
My topic is adolescent spirituality (for a psychology course) so I have chosen the PsycINFO and PsycARTICLES databases. I have grouped related terms in each search box, using the OR connector.
Use the limiters to refine your search results:
For more information about an article, select the title. In the full record display you will find the abstract (summary of the article). Click the folder icon in order to add it to your folder. Once you've selected your records, you can save, print, or export an entire folder.
View the full record display in order to get help with citing this article (APA, MLA, Chicago style).
Open the Tools and select Export. Then select the citation manager of your choice, e.g. Zotero or RefWorks.
Select the JSTOR database ("Journal Storage") and go to the Advanced Search. You can filter (narrow) your results by item type (e.g. Articles), Date of publication, and Language. You can also narrow by subject discipline of the journals, e.g. Language & Literature.
1. Select Settings under the Collapse Menu Button.
2. Select Library links and type Redeemer University College into the search bar. Check the box beside Redeemer University College Library - Find it at Redeemer. Select save.
How to find articles on Google Scholar:
Try the following search. Notice the number of times an article was Cited by other authors.
Search Tip: If you need help finding the best MeSH subject headings for your search, try the US National Library of Medicine Medical Subject Headings database.
Select all relevant filters, e.g. Article type, Text Availability, Publication Dates, Species:
Go to the Databases page and select ERIC. Check the thesaurus for ERIC descriptors (subject headings):
Then try the following search:
Peter Turkstra Library, Redeemer University , 777 Garner Road East, Ancaster, ON, L9K 1J4, Canada Circulation Desk Telephone: 905.648.2139 ext. 4266, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org