Cardinal Meyer Library provides databases that support research in all areas of the curriculum. Whether you are new to research and need basic information, or you need information specific to your area of study, the following guides and tutorials will be helpful.

For off-campus access instructions, see the Off-Campus Access page.

 

EBSCOHOST DATABASES

General Guides

Introduction to EBSCOhost   |   Advanced Search – Guided Style   |   Advanced Search – Single Find   |   Basic Search   |   Citing Articles   |   Creating a Journal Alert   |   Creating a Search Alert  |    EBSCOhost Result List   |   EBSCOhost Folders   |   Reading an Article in EBSCOhost   |   Using EBSCOhost Search History

Business Source Complete
Business Source – Basic Searching   |   Business Source – Advanced Searching    |   Business Searching Interface   |   Company View

CINAHL Complete
Basic Searching   |   Advanced Searching   |   Using CINAHL and MeSH Headings

Consumer Health Complete
Tutorial

eBook Collection (EBSCOhost)
EBSCO  eBooks – Downloading   |   EBSCO eBooks – Searching   |   EBSCO eBooks – eBooks on your iPad

History Reference Center
Tutorial

Literary Reference Center
Tutorial

NoveList
Overview   |   Finding the Answers you Need   |   Viewing and Printing Results   |   Find Books Based on Appeal   |
Finding Recommendations   |   NoveList Common Core Resources for Schools and Libraries

NoveList K-8
Overview   |   Teaching with Books   |   Find Books Based on Appeal   |   Finding the Answers You Need   |   Viewing and Printing Results   |   Finding Recommendations

Science Reference Center
Tutorial

OXFORD DATABASES

Oxford Art Online
Guided Tour

Oxford English Dictionary
Help

Oxford Reference Online Premium Collection
Help

PROQUEST DATABASES

Dissertations and Theses Global  |  Global Newstream  |  Ebook Central

OTHER DATABASES

AccessScience 

Guided Tour

Credo Reference
Credo Reference Videos on You Tube

JSTOR
Help

NexisUni (Formerly Lexis Nexis Academic)

Guided Tour

NewsBank

Guided Tour

Project Muse

User Guides

PubMed
Tutorial and Tours

NEED HELP?

Please ask for assistance at the Reference Desk. From off campus, call 920.923.8096 or submit the online Ask A Reference Librarian form.