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Instruction on how to use CINAHL Complete
Instruction on how to use PubMed
Instruction on how to use JBI EBP Database
Instruction on how to use PsycINFO
If you are a diehard Google fan, Google scholar provides another mean to look for articles.
Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. It draws on information from journal publishers, university repositories, and other websites that it has identified as scholarly. Not all results are peer-reviewed. It is important to evaluate the sources for credibility and authenticity.
1. Click "settings" on the top
2. Click "Library links" on the left
3. Type "University of San Francisco" in the search box, select "University of San Francisco - Full Text Finder" and "University of San Francisco - ProQuest Fulltext". Click "Save"
You can now link your search result to the USF library database and catalog by click "Full Text Finder" button next to the individual search result.
Need some ideas about the Capstone Project? Visit the Scholarship Repository page.
Don't forget. You can contribute to the USF Scholarship Repository too.