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Which Databases to Use?
Begin your research in the "Start Here" box on the left or go to the main page of the library's web site
- Use the "EBSCO Popular Databases" search box first. Most of the videos linked on this HIT guide refer to searches using this resource
- The search "Almost Everything" template is a much larger, more complicated search interface which will identify books, e-books, and dvds in the library's physical collections, as well as articles from magazines and journals.
You may want to try ProQuest. This database also includes coverage of medical and allied health topics, including those in HIT.
- The link for ProQuest can be found by pulling down the menu on the "DIrect Links to Popular Databases" template.