Using the Education databases. Kate Walker Education Librarian firstname.lastname@example.org. What are databases?. Databases contain records of journal articles They also list other material, such as conference proceedings, book chapters and reports
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Click on Education
Click on Finding journal articles
Click on Finding articles for research, dissertations and major projects
This will give you a list of databases. We are going to look at the first three.
Tick the box of the database you want to search
Then click Easy Search
Type your keywords into the boxes on the search page look at the first three.
Then click search
You will be presented with a brief list of records look at the first three.
For more details click on the link to abstract/database record
This will take you through to the full article record look at the first three.
If you would like to see if we hold the article online, click here
You will be taken through to the following results screen look at the first three.
If the article is available online, there will be a link here.
If the article is available in hard copy in the Library, it will say Catalog here.
Ignore these two links, they don’t give you any useful information!