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You can find reliable, authoritative articles using Central Search or specialized databases. These tutorials focus on finding articles in specialized databases.

Finding Sources for Scholarly Articles

"How to Select a Library Database"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 3 minutes
Source: UCO Library
Description: How to choose the best databases for your topic.

Basic & Advanced Searching in EBSCOHost

"Basic Searching in EBSCOHost"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 3 minutes
Source: UCO Library
Description: Basic techniques for searching in any EBSCO database.

"Advanced Searching in EBSCOHost"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library
Description: Advanced techniques for searching in any EBSCO database.

Basic & Advanced Searching in ProQuest

"Basic Searching in ProQuest"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 3 minutes
Source: UCO Library
Description: Basic techniques for searching in any ProQuest database.

"Advanced Searching in ProQuest"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library
Description: Advanced techniques for searching in any ProQuest database.

Peer Reviewed and Scholarly Articles


Finding Articles in Specific Subject Areas

"Mergent: Intro"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library

"Mergent: Bonds"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library

"Mergent: Company Info"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library

"Mergent: Custom Reports"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library

"ReferenceUSA"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 5 minutes
Source: UCO Library

The International Monetary Fund publishes User Guides for its International Financial Statistics Database.

These, and many other helpful resources, are also linked from the Business Guide created by Chambers librarians.

"Searching Lexis Nexis Law"
Length: 2 minutes
Source: Lexis Nexis

Free web resources for legal information: WashLaw from Washburn University School of Law is a directory of legal resources, arranged at the federal level and by states. FindLaw is an extensive resource for non-legal experts to learn about popular law topics, as well as find a lawyer or sample legal documents. See also Cornell's Legal Information Institute.

These, and many other helpful resources, are also linked from the Law and Legal Research Guide created by Chambers librarians, or from the library's Government Information department.

"Searching JSTOR"
Length: Self-paced, approximately 4 minutes
Source: UCO Library

"Searching Gale Artemis"
Length: 3.5 minutes
Source: Cengage Learning

All of these databases, and many other helpful resources, are also linked from the Literature in English Guide created by Chambers librarians.