Using ProQuest & Academic Search Complete

Word has it, there are more (and even better) places to search for newspaper, journal, and magazine articles than in Google (or any other search engine).  Databases provide access that search engines can’t.  Do you know how to use our databases?  If you’d like to catch a clue, check out this recent video, produced in-house.  The tutorial covers ProQuest and Academic Search Complete.  Although aimed to a specific course, the tutorial is general enough for everybody.  This and other tutorials are available through the Faculty Toolkit.

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  1. “I study myself more than any other subject; it is my metaphysic, and my physic.”

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