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EDUC 6570 Friedman Susan: Search

A guide for graduate research [EDUC|6570|Susan Friedman]

Education Databases

Psychology Databases

Below the PsycINFO link you'll find four different ways to familiarize yourself with this database, including a tutorial, a brief guide, a comprehensive guide, and a handout.

Basic Search Strategies

Here are some steps for successful searching:

   1.  Determine the appropriate database

   2.  Combine terms with Boolean Logic

   3.  Use descriptors located in the citation

   4.  Different methods of retrieval - print; email; save

Requesting Journal Articles and Books

 If you find books which are not in the Merrill-Cazier Library, or articles from journals to which the library does not subscribe, you may request these items from Interlibrary Services.  See the link below.

When you find articles from journals that are in our library, you will need to request the journal from the BARN, which is the Borrower's Automated Retrieval Network.  See the link below for instruction on how to access items from the  BARN.