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The EBSCO interface can search multiple databases at the same time. Click the Choose Databases link to add more.
Check off the additional databases you want to add and click OK.
Using keywords is the broadest way of searching and can result in a large number of citations. When you enter a keyword or word phrase in the search boxes and use the default fields selection, the database will look for these words within the Title, Abstract, and Subject Heading fields of each record.
You can refine your results with the limits filters located on the left side of the screen. Adding limits will reduce your number of results.