contain online versions of newspapers, magazines, journals, encyclopedias,
dictionaries, and book chapters. Since you access databases online, many
people think they are websites. They are NOT
websites.You must login to gain access to databases because they are proprietary resources leased for use by IRSC students and employees.
When searching databases, you can be more specific with your keywords for a more precise list of results. You can search within the title, abstract, or full text of the item. The hardest part of searching databases is knowing which one to choose. The IRSC list of databases offers brief information about each resource. You can also search for databases by subject to help you more easily select appropriate databases.
Journal titles physically available at the Miley Library on Main Campus include:
Journal titles physically available in the Dental Department include:
When searching a single database like MEDLINE with Full Text or CINAHL Plus Full Text you can limit your search to only dental journals. Because these databases contain articles from journals in all medical disciplines, this tactic can be very useful in weeding out non-dental journals. Follow these steps to make sure you're only seeing results from dental journals:
This search strategy will only retrieve articles from journals with words like dental, dentist, or dentistry in their titles.
Remember to check "Full Text". Type in a keyword in the second or third search box and click the green "Search" button.
Dental journals can be found in more than one database. The box below this one lists all databases containing dental journals. Many of the journals are in EBSCO databases. Follow these steps to search all of the EBSCO databases at once:
Once you login to the database list, select the Health and Medicine databases. Health and Medicine Databases frequently used by dental students and faculty include the following titles. If you need articles on related areas, review the database list by subject.
Open access journals are not password protected. When using open access content, be sure to note whether or not the articles are peer-reviewed.