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Learn how to find information using Georgia State University Library's research databases. Why use databases, Discover Search and search strategies, Databases by name, finding a specific journal. (A more compact version of Research Databases GSU - full version: https://youtu.be/IEpv_en12Pk)
An overview of research databases, how to develop search terms, understand the difference between scholarly and popular sources, plus videos about three specific databases frequently used in freshman research projects: Opposing Viewpoints, CQ Researcher, and JSTOR.
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Database How-to links to videos
Searching specific databases gives you more powerful search tools and often gives you better results than searching in DISCOVER. Here are videos, websites, and printable pdfs to help you learn to use them.