We also have a few Education related magazines in Flipster,a magazine database. Titles include:
Most often we use Google to search for information, but the information we need to complete our work is not always freely available on the web. Sometimes searching a library database is a more effective use of time. Searching library databases require using a slightly different search structure to effectively locate the information you need. The information in this section will help you build effect database searches so you can more effectively use our OneSearch database and other databases too.
Searching databases requires a little more search structure than our average Google Search.
Always try more than one search!
You can combine your keywords using AND, OR & NOT
For more about structuring your searches in databases using AND, OR, & NOT (what librarians call Boolean Logic), watch the following videos:
Want assistance constructing your search? Ask a Librarian
Our library has access to more than 50 databases, many of them tailored for specific fields such as art, business, literature, medicine, and psychology.
We have a complete list of our databases listed alphabetically or by subject on our library website.
Not sure what database to choose?
OneSearch provides simple, one-stop searching for books and e-books, videos, articles, digital media, and more; it combines the contents of many of the databases our library subscribes to.
To Find books & articles in our library, use the search strategies in the
Database Searching - Structure your search.