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This 2-page handout describes some search techniques and how to connect to full text articles after doing a database search.
Build more effective searches by learning about "Boolean operators" when connecting your search terms.
Recommended databases to start with:
Depending on your specific topic, population of interest, approach, etc., consider whether any of the following specialized databases may be helpful:
Click on the Check for Full Text icon in the database record to see how to get a copy of the article: whether online, in print, or from another library.
The two-minute video linked below provides a brief demonstration.
If the UNH Library doesn't have the article you want, request it through Interlibrary Loan through the link below.
Some library databases, such as those from EBSCO and ProQuest, allow you to get bibliographic information in selected citation styles, such as APA or MLA, when emailing and saving records.
You can also Export citations from many databases in our licensed citation manager RefWorks.