So how can I access the databases if I'm not on campus?
When you select a database from the Databases page, you will be asked for a user name and password. Just enter your information and research away!
A database is a collection of electronic data used to research your topic(s). It includes magazine articles, newspaper articles, journal articles. It also may also include photos, videos, audio, book chapters, encyclopedias, and more.
Academic Search Elite (found under EbscoHost)
Academic Search Elite covers a multitude of academic topics. I call it the supermarket of subjects!
Business Source Elite (found under EbscoHost) includes articles from over 1000 businessjournals.
Regional Business News is a resource to find information on local businesses.
Communication and Mass Media (found under EbscoHost) is another research tool that may have information you need for your project
GreenFILE (found under EbscoHost) will have information on the environment.
ERIC has an extensive collection on education topics from 1966 to present.
You may also just go into EbscoHost and select these databases in the tool itself.
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It is very important to keep in mind all information found on the internet may not be accurate. With this technology it is possible for people with no expertise in a subject area to post documents on the web as factual. CLICK HERE to see some helpful questions and hints to help you in evaluating web resources.