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Brown Mackie college library Databases. Introducing the EBSCO databases. Accessing EBSCO. Students, logon to your portal and click ‘Library’ Faculty, go to www.onlinelibrary.brownmackie.edu and log in with your Brown Mackie username and password

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brown mackie college library databases

Brown Mackie college library Databases

Introducing the EBSCO databases

accessing ebsco
Accessing EBSCO
  • Students, logon to your portal and click ‘Library’
  • Faculty, go to www.onlinelibrary.brownmackie.edu and log in with your Brown Mackie username and password
  • Click ‘Find by Resource’ or ‘Find by Subject’ and choose a database
    • The Library Guides page is still being updated, but this new information will be available there soon.
ebscohost has numerous databases
EBSCOHost Has Numerous Databases
  • Academic Search Complete
  • Art Source
  • Associates Programs Source Plus
  • Business Source Complete
  • Canadian Reference Centre
  • CINAHL Plus with Full Text
  • Communication & Mass Media Complete
  • Consumer Health Complete
  • Criminal Justice Abstracts with Full Text
  • EBSCO eBooks
  • Education Source
  • ERIC
  • Food Science Source
  • GreenFILE
  • Hospitality & Tourism Complete
  • Humanities Source
  • Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts
  • Literary Reference Center Plus
  • MEDLINE
  • Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print
  • Newspaper Source
  • OmniFile Full Text Mega (H.W. Wilson)
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Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection

  • Regional Business News
  • SPORTDiscus with Full Text
  • Textile Technology Complete
  • World Textiles
  • AP Images Collection
  • Biography Reference Center
  • Business Searching Interface
  • Literary Reference Center Plus
  • Points of View Reference Center
  • Points of View Reference Center
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Click here for a list of all EBSCO databases

Brings together the most comprehensive collection of content.

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Choose a database to search. Academic Search Complete is similar to ProQuest Central and has tons of information on a variety of subjects.

If you want, you can use the check boxes to search multiple databases at once!

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You can also narrow down the results by Source Type

Academic Journals are typically published by instructors, professors and other people at universities and are research-focused (These are “Scholarly Sources” and are peer-reviewed or refereed)

Trade Publications are published by people in an industry for members of that industry

Magazines and Newspapers can be useful if you’re looking for news or current events (AKA “Popular Sources”)

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When you click the title of an article, a “detailed record” is shown, including author information, an abstract/summary, and a toolbar with many options!

Click here for the body of the article

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You can also use the icons in this toolbar to:

  • Print the article
  • Email it to yourself
  • Add it to your EBSCO folder if you have an account
  • Cite it (more on that in a minute!)
  • Export it using a variety of formats
  • View the permalink
  • Bookmark it
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When you click the ‘cite’ button a box appears at the top of the page. APA is the 2nd listed citation. Copy and paste it into a Word document for your References page.

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Use this section to specify key terms, use Boolean operators (like “AND,” “OR” or “NOT”), to narrow results, and narrow your search by title, author or subject.

You can also use the limiters below to specify “Full Text” and set a date range.

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This page displays all the searches you performed today. You can search them again, save them for later, or even set up an RSS feed to alert you when new results come up.

Remember, if you do nothing with these searches, next time you log on this page will be blank!

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Click an orange RSS icon to create an RSS feed or an email alert when new articles come up for a particular search

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Finally, you can save searches for future sessions, but you’ll need to create an EBSCO account to do so. Just check the box next to each search you want to save, then click ‘Save Searches/Alerts’. EBSCO will prompt you to sign up for an account.

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