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What is a database?

A database is a collection of information that is searchable through specific keywords. Databases are compiled from the magazine, newspaper academic journals, and more articles.

 

Why do I need to use a database?

If you are writing a paper for school or work, you most likely need a reference to avoid plagiarism, give credit to ideas used by other authors, and have the correct facts.

How do I search the database?

Click on the button, and you will be taken to a login. You will need your library card number. Next, you can watch the tutorials on how to search.

 

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NoveList Plus is a free resource accessible anywhere with your library card number. The database provides information on most titles, including series info, reviews, and a basic description. Additionally, users can see read-alikes for titles, authors, and series

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Writing tips & Guides

 

from EBSCO

How to cite

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How to take
good notes

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How to avoid
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