Answered By: Mary Kaye Hooker
Last Updated: Sep 21, 2018     Views: 422

A good place to start a topic search is in the search box on the library home page. A keyword or phrase input there searches in the library's main collections of EBSCO, OVID, ProQuest, BMJ, and Science Direct and other large databases. CINAHL is great for nursing related topics, but it is not the best choice for this topic.

  • Click the Articles tab to start.  This search box is set to limit results to peer-reviewed journals, full text, and a recent date range.
  • Be sure to check the limiters/filters with each search.You'll find filters on the left column.  
  • Follow the Full Text Finder on the left link if the PDF icon is not available.  

Here are Searching Suggestions

1.  Using the phrase " academic discussion AND social media" in the search box on the library home page, you find these articles:

2. Using the phrase "academic AND social media discussion"you find these:

3. You might try similar combinations of phrases joined by AND.

Note: Please double check the citation formatting to ensure APA compliance!

Here are instructions on how to create the permalink so you can get back to the articles you want to save