Answered By: Carolyn F. Norman Last Updated: Jan 31, 2018 Views: 158
To find articles on your topic, go to the library home page (library.nu.edu) and click on the A-Z Database List under the search box.
1. On the A tab, click All EBSCO Databases
2. After logging in you'll be at the Choose Databases screen.
3. Use your Single Sign On login to access Library resources. On the Library resources login page, you'll see an SSO button over the username and password entry fields. Active students should use this.
Once you click, enter your username and password as you would for SOAR or online classes. If you're having trouble with your password, use the password recovery link.
4. Above the search box and on the right of the screen, select Choose Databases. From the databases, select the following databases (check the box on the left)
Academic Search Premier
Education Research Complete and
5. Click OK at the bottom of the page to continue.
6. Select Advanced Search on the new page.
6. Type in your terms
Connect synonyms with OR
7. Make sure you check the box for Scholarly and Peer Reviewed
Here is the link to the above search
After the TITLE of the article is a YELLOW post-it. Scroll over to see a Summary/Abstract of the article.
Notice the SUBJECT terms of relevant articles and the Subject: Thesaurus Terms on the left. (check a box to limit to that specific topic)
Use the terms to locate additional articles by searching again using those terms.
Click on Article Linker, PDF or HTML Full Text to View the Article
TO FIND BOOKS:
Start at the Library homepage
In the Smart Search box, type in your term – Cyberbullying
Click Books under the search box and click search to see your results.
On the left of your screen, limit results to books or e-book (Viewable Online).
You can also narrow your results by Publication Date or selecting additional subjects from the left of your screen. To see the full range of subjects, click Show More under Subject.
If you are in the San Diego area you can come to the library to pick up books, if you need books mailed to your home or campus please complete the Books Direct Request form.
For additional information, please see the library Research Guide on Education.
If you need assistance or further help, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org