Q. If a book has a call number labeled EBSCO, where can I find it?

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If an item has a call number of EBSCO, that means it is an electronic resource that can be found online in our databases. When searching for a topic in the library catalog, it will list all available titles that contain the searched key word(s). If you find an item that might be relevant and it and it has a call number labeled EBSCO, check underneath the title, call number, and location sections. There should be a link with the heading "Get It Online." Click on that link and it should automatically bring you to a page with a brief summary of the book in question. Then, on the left hand side, there should be a link named "PDF Full Text". Click on that and a new window should open up with the complete contents of the book or article in question. If that doesn't work, contact a library staff member for help.

  • Last Updated Apr 20, 2017
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  • Answered By John Hyde

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