Databases can be a great place to find all sorts of resources for your research papers - books, reference book articles, magazine and newspaper articles, video, audio, statistics, and even recommended websites.
When you use a database you will probably need to narrow down your search to find materials that are relevant to your topic. Here are some limiting tips:
When you find something to use in a database, download a copy and save it to a folder in your Google Drive to read later. Never print until you are SURE you need a physical print copy of the article. You may find that you can annotate, highlight and read the article just as well on line as in print. Also, most of our databases will let you export the bibliographic citation to EasyBib or NoodleTools. Be sure you have a tab open with your active project.
You can use any of our databases from off campus if you have the correct user name and password for access. We may not post these publicly, so they reside on a Google Site page that requires your JBS email login for access.
Click HERE to see a clickable list of databases along with their user names and passwords.