Subject Guide: Using Databases
Database Search Videos
The videos should supplement library instruction not replace it and remind students of the physical aspects of the database. They point out things like how to save articles, how to e-mail, the layout of the library's home page and database search screen, how to find out if an article is available through article linker, etc. As always if you have any questions please contact a librarian via e-mail or by phone at 354-431-4255.
If you have trouble accessing the videos below, please contact Andrew Heiz by telephone at (845) 341-4253 or email at email@example.com.
- CIT 100 Searching EBSCO for information about the internet.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xvGr2ANYFc |Script (text)
- English 101 Searching EBSCO for information about inventions.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TigXv90Qp2U 7:25 |Script (text)
- Education Searching ProQuest for information about Autism.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr4bTKJmH-U 8:28 |Script (text)
- Reading & Study Skills Searching Gale Virtual Reference Library.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJlhv-yU-aw 7:37 |Script (text)
Note there is no sound or naration for these videos. They are annotated by screen text to point out important features and text. We hope to add sound in the near future.
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