Do not copy/paste the website URL. Use the email or permalink tool to send the article to your email or to save the URL.
1. Select EBSCO from the library webpage by clicking on the A - Z Databases List or by clicking "EBSCO" under Quick Links.
If working from off-campus, you may need to enter your KCTCS email and password.
2. Select your database(s) by Subject (it is helpful to always include “General/News Databases”) or choose databases individually with “Databases A-Z”
3. Click on the box next to database subject group to select databases or click directly on the link if you choose only one subject groupings. After you have made your selections, click the continue button.
4. Before you enter your search terms, select the full-text limiter and select Scholarly (Peer-reviewed) Journals limiter if you want your results to only be from scholarly journals. Choose a date range, if applicable.
5. Now you are ready to enter your search terms. I want to research the economic impact of climate change, so I will search climate change AND economy
6. I have over 3,000 results and my first two discuss climate change in other countries, so I will want to redo my search and add the keyword United States.
7. Click on the article title to access the full-text .pdf file. Use the toolbar on the right to save or print your article.