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  • 1. Using the New EBSCO 2.0
    • Magazine Database for Research and Information
  • 2. Accessing EBSCO
    • From School, it is linked from the Library Webpage
    • From Home, the address is: http://search.ebscohost.com
    • You must use this login and password if you are off campus: ID: dover Password: info
  • 3. Getting Started
    • Choose your Interface
    • EBSCOhost Web
    • Student Research Center
    • Searchasaurus
    • EBSCOhost Espanol
    • EBSCOhost Text Only
  • 4. A Brief Overview
    • Just enough information to get started
    • This is a database with many features, advanced settings, and applications
    • Just the basics
  • 5. My EBSCOhost
    • Create an account: new user
    • User name
    • Password
    • Password hint
  • 6. Finding Information
    • Type in search subject
    • Select search modes
    • Always select Full Text
    • If desired, type in a Publication
  • 7. Search Modes
    • Boolean/Phrase
    • Find all of my search terms
    • Find any of my search terms
    • SmartText Searching - You can copy and paste chunks of text to search for results. Expanders. Click Search.
  • 8. Using Folders
    • Folders allow you to quickly scan through your list of results and save the articles you wish to look at more closely
    • Simply click on the folder icon to add to your folder
  • 9. Print, E-Mail, Save
    • After finding appropriate information, determine what to do with it.
    • If only a small amount, print
    • Email or save it to your home directory for access later
  • 10. Citation
    • No matter how you plan on using the information, you will need to save citation information to give credit to the author and publisher.
    • Citation information is available at the end of the article.
  • 11. Happy Searching :)

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