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MOP: Research Guide
Finding Sources from the Library
#1: Librarian-Recommended Resources for Your MOP Research Assignments
Life Sciences Subject Collection from EBSCOSearch four EBSCO databases at the same time: Science Reference Center (wide variety of sources), Agricola (mainly agriculture magazines and journal articles), Academic Search Complete (all subjects, mainly scholarly articles), and MasterFILE Complete (all subjects, mainly magazine articles).
Science DirectA platform for access to nearly 2,200 scholarly, peer-reviewed journals and over 25,000 e-books. The journals are grouped into four main sections: Physical Sciences and Engineering, Life Sciences, Health Sciences, and Social Sciences and Humanities.
Google ScholarIf you are interested in searching Google Scholar, use the link provided here. When using this access point, Google Scholar will display links to full-text articles and books held through the UHMC library. On the Google Scholar search results page, look for the "Get From UHMC" link to access these sources. Visit the UHMC Library's Google Scholar research guide to learn more.
#2: Databases A-Z
#3: Primo Search: Recommended for Finding Books and Known-Title Sources
Primo is the library's main search engine for electronic and print materials. It provides one-stop searching for books and ebooks, videos, articles, digital media, and more available through the UHMC Library.
When to use Primo
when you know you need a book
when you know the title of a source
when you are looking for a variety of resource types
when you are looking for sources regardless of type