View the video tutorial below for an overview of different way to search for sources using library resources. The video features the CINAHL database, but these strategies can be used in any resource!
If you prefer a text-based tutorial, visit the link below:
Where do I find sources? Use the library's resources!
The library subscribes to many different resources, but we will review the top places to starting looking for sources in your course.
The Discovery Tool is like an all-in-one database. It searches the catalogs, resesarch databases, eJournals, and multimedia resources. It’s a great place to start when you begin the initial searching steps of the research process.
To get started searching, use the search field below.
The three databases listed below cover a variety of academic subjects. If you're not finding relevant sources in the Discovery Tool (or too many sources!), give a database a try. Visit the databases using the links below:
The Library uses a proxy server to provide you with off-campus access.
Getting access is as easy as entering your name and ID number when prompted to log in (same process as accessing your library account).
When logging in to OhioLINK resources, select "Northeast Ohio Medical University" or "NEOMED" as your institution, and "Canton Aultman Hospital" as your branch.
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