You can access the databases by taking the following steps:
An alphabetical list of databases will appear. If you know the database you would like to use, begin here.
While searching for your article to review, it will be most beneficial to utilize Boolean operators. These are words and punctuation that help to expand and refine your search.
The example we use in class is to search for articles on disability inclusion in early childhood education.
A search in Education Source might look like this:
Note the use of the asterisk (*), the Boolean operator AND, and the quotation marks around a phrase.
Once you find an article, you can do a few different things. You can email yourself the article to read later, download or print the article, and locate citation information to include in your assignment. In most databases, these options are on the right side of the screen. Here's an example from Education Source: