Below are videos on using two of the suggested databases.
Geobase is a part of Engineering Village, and the video covers how to do basic searches and locate full text PDFs.
Social Science Citation Index is part of Web of Science, and the video covers how to do basic searches and locate full text PDFs.
You can check if the library subscribes to a journal, and if so, which database to look for it in.
On the Library's Homepage, the search box defaults to OneSearch, but if you choose E-Journals, you can search by the journal name. If we have a subscription, it will tell you for which years, and which database/s it's available in.
There are many books to choose from (electronic and print). Below is just a select few to help get your research started.
If you have questions or need help with research, please contact me at email@example.com.
To schedule an online meeting through Webex, Zoom, or GoogleMeet, please email me and let me know your preference.
I will be on leave during most of spring semester 2021. If you need anything when I’m out of the office, please contact the following people: Matt Benzing (firstname.lastname@example.org) for MME or CPB; Ginny Boehme (email@example.com) for GLG or GEO; or Kevin Messner (firstname.lastname@example.org) for CHM.
My appointment scheduler is open for you to meet with me virtually. The default platform I use is Zoom, but if you prefer Google Meet or WebEx, that's not a problem at all.
My spring semester office hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 12pm-3pmI will hold office hours via my personal Zoom room.