Skip to Questions

LibAnswers

Useful Tip: Please be as specific as possible and include information about what you have already tried, e.g. "I looked on Google, but couldn't find any articles."
Q

Where is EBSCO?

Where do I find EBSCO in the library?
Last Updated: Nov 04, 2016  |  80 Views

Was this helpful? 1   0
A

Answer

To find EBSCO, you will need to go to the library's homepage and Click Databases A to Z.

From here you will see a list of databases that are owned by IVC, including several that we purchased from EBSCO. "Academic Search Premier" is the largest database that we buy from EBSCO, but we have others, like the "History Resource Center" and the "Psychology and Behavioral Science Collection." Click on one of the subject categories to find a list of the best databases (including EBSCO) for your project.

NOTE: you can access all IVC database off-campus, just sign in with your IVC user name and password at the log in screen.

Answered by Cheryl DelsonBookmark and Share

Other Answers / Comments (0)

    More ways to Ask a Librarian


    Browse by Popular Topics

    Access  –  Administration  –  Articles  –  Book  –  campus map  –  CDs  –  Circulation Desk  –  classes  –  Computers  –  Database  –  eBook  –  EBSCO  –  ESL  –  Facilities  –  Inter-Library Loan (ILL)  –  librarian  –  NetLibrary  –  Printing  –  ProQuest  –  Public Libraries  –  Research  –  Saddleback  –  Services  –  Study Rooms  –  Video  –  Workshops  
    View All Topics

    Related content from LibGuides