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Getting started guide to finding articles at DePaul University Libraries
Last Updated: Aug 11, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What's in this Guide

  • Choose Databases
    DePaul subscribes to 100+ databases. Learn how to choose the best database.
  • Identify Search Terms
    Databases look for an exact match for your search terms. Learn how to brainstorm additional terms and combine your terms.
  • Understand Your Results
    What do you do with the search results?
  • Limit
    Tips for making your search more precise.
  • Evaluate
    Tips for determining whether or not an article will be useful.
  • Full Text?
    How to get the actual full text of the article.
  • Cite
    Citation styles, shortcuts and more.
  • Request
    Learn how to get copies of your article.

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