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  • How Do I Find Scholarly or Peer Reviewed Articles in ArticlesPlus?
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    For some assignments, you will need to limit your research to only scholarly or research articles. When you search in ArticlesPlus,  you can limit your results to just those journals that use a process of peer review and would be considered scholarly. When you use this tool, however, keep in mind that it’s based on … Continued

  • How do I find specific databases such as CINAHL, JSTOR, and Lexis Nexis?
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    Ohio University Libraries subscribes to hundreds of subject specific databases. From the library’s home page, click “Databases” (3rd green tab) then “Browse by Subject” to see a complete list. Or learn how to access these online databases in the below video. Some more popular databases are Academic Search Complete Business Source Complete Cinahl ERIC JSTOR … Continued

  • How Do I Search Multiple EBSCO Databases at Once?
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    If you are not using ArticlesPlus, you can still conduct research in multiple databases using the EBSCO interface. This video shows you how to combine a search for multiple databases on women’s and gender studies topics, but you could follow the same procedure with any discipline.  This video is released under Creative Commons license. You … Continued

  • How do I find Nursing Articles in CINAHL?
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    The video below shows you how to find nursing articles in the CINAHL database. For more help with nursing topics, see the subject guides for RN-to-BSN, Nursing MSN, and the general Nursing guide. If you are unable to view this video, try accessing the video from YouTube. This video is released under Creative Commons license. … Continued

  • How do I Find the Full Text of an Article from a Citation?
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    Sometimes you need to find the full text of an article when all you have is the citation. This video walks you through the process of finding the full text of an article through the Ohio University Libraries when you have only a citation. If you find that we do not have a subscription to … Continued

  • How do I Find Articles in ArticlesPlus?
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    This video shows you how to get started searching for articles in ArticlesPlus. If you are unable to view this video, try accessing the video from YouTube. This video is released under Creative Commons license. You are welcome to use, redistribute, or remix it in any way you like, as long as you attribute us … Continued

  • How do I Find the Full Text of Articles?
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    Many articles are available in full text right in ArticlesPlus, but if not, you can use the Full Text Finder tool to locate the full text in another database if it is available in another library database. This video shows you how. If you are unable to view this video, try accessing the video on … Continued

  • How do I explore my topic with the Opposing Viewpoints Research Center?
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    The following video describes how you can find paper or speech topic ideas or begin research on a topic using the Opposing Viewpoints Research Center (OU-Athens log in only). If you are unable to view this video, try accessing the video from YouTube. This video is released under Creative Commons license. You are welcome to … Continued

  • How do I find articles with Google Scholar?
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    If you use Google Scholar to search for academic literature, you can set the Library Links section of your Google Scholar Preferences to access Ohio University and OhioLINK; just search for each of these and click their boxes to enable Library Linking.  The video below shows you how. Once you have the library links enabled, you can … Continued

  • How do I find magazine articles in ArticlesPlus?
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    ArticlesPlus, the new multi-database search engine on the Libraries’ home page, covers a huge array of sources: books, videos, reports, scholarly journal articles, newspaper articles, magazine articles, and much more. You can use the Source Types limiter to filter your search results for many of these kinds of sources. At the moment, there is no … Continued