Dozens of the library's databases are on the EBSCOhost platform, and all of them use the same interface.
You can also use the Article Databases list to search a single EBSCO database at a time by clicking on its name, such as Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete, etc.
When you first log into an EBSCO database you will see the Basic Search box. Type your search into the box and click the Search button.
To get to the advanced search screen, click the Advanced Search link right under the Basic Search box.
These options are also available as filters on your search results page!
Click on the title of the article to get to the Article Information page, where you will find:
On the search results page, you will see the full-text link right below each search result.
On the article information page, you will see the full-text link at the top left corner of the page.
When the article is available in the database, you will see a little icon for it.
Most databases index, or list, more content than they actually have in full-text. While this can be frustrating, it's useful because at least it lets you know those documents exist out there somewhere. Often, they exist right in our library, just in a different database. That's where Article Linker comes in. Article Linker is a behind-the-scenes tool that will link you to the full-text wherever it occurs.
Whenever there is no full-text available for an article in the database you are searching, you'll see the link "Check for full-text availability in all library collections." Click it and one of two things will happen: