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Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016     Views: 5


From the library's homepage,, click on RESEARCH (left frame).  Then click on ARTICLES/DATABASES (left frame) which is an alphabetical list of databases - a good short cut if you know which databases you want to use.

On the ARTICLE/DATABASE page you'll also find: A listing of resources by subject can be found at Bailey Library's LibGuides

Here you can look up your major area of study and see just those databases recommended for you.  Under Elementary and Early Childhood Education for example you see just those databases recommended by our education librarian.  Read the descriptions to select the one you want to try.

All databases are set up for keyword search, so just type in your terms, inserting an and between them.  Many of the databases have full text articles.

Email back if you have further questions.


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