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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Aug 09, 2018 Views: 78
If you use the Discovery Search box on the Library's home page, you'll be searching a number of different databases simultaneously. Most of these are article databases, but Discovery also searches WorldCat, which contains records for every item we own - essentially, it is our book catalog.
To search multiple databases simultaneously for ONLY ARTICLES, you can use the search box found at the top of the A-Z Databases page (Click on the Articles & Databases link from the home page).
Another good way to search more than one database at a time, while still being able to access powerful tools to help you filter and sort, is to search multiple EBSCOhost databases. There are two ways to do this:
- From the Library Home Page, click on Articles & Databases, then click on E. Select Ebscohost Databases. Place a checkmark next to the databases you want to search, then click Continue.
- From within any EBSCO database, click on Choose Databases (above the top search box). Place a checkmark next to the databases you want to search and click OK.