Hi everyone! It's Becky. Sad we don't get to hang out face-to-face, but know that I'm still here to help you out with this class in any way I can. Just a few things to start. I split up the page into three sections: Finding an article, Reading an article, and Citing an article. It also has a link to our online reference help. There you can get help via chat, audio, or video all from the same link. It works for computers and on your phone.
Want to hear my voice instead? Check out this video to get a brief tour of the libguide: Video Tour
Your article for the journal article review assignment must be a scholarly journal article that is an experimental study.
How do you tell if it's scholarly?
How do you tell if it has an empirical study?
If you're not sure if your article works, email the full-text of the article to Becky (firstname.lastname@example.org) to ask.
This video demonstrates how to use Academic Search Premier, but the directions all work for SPORTDiscus as well as Business Source Premier. They're all from the same company and function the same way. Most of SPORTDiscus is not full-text, but you can request copies using ILL as described in the video and print directions.
The tips in this video will apply to most other EBSCO databases as well, including SocINDEX, ERIC, CINAHL, and more. Subject specific databases like those may have some special features like unique limiters, but otherwise they will function the same way. The name of the database will be listed above the search bar:
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