Available in print (you may request it be delivered to your house):Interviewing and representation in qualitative research
Search: Choosing Databases in EBSCO
Brief description of databases in EBSCO. Focus on Communication & Mass Media Complete - best place to start!
Want to skip the video? Look at the PowerPoint slides on Slideshare.
Search: Understanding Results in EBSCO
Learn to "look outside the box" with EBSCO results.
Pay attention to
- Number of results
- Date range of articles found
- Sort order (default = relevance)
- Click on the yellow article icon to read the abstract (or click on the title of the article)
- Use Find @ UNC to track down full-text of articles that don't have a pdf icon.
- (Watch the Find @ UNC vidtip to learn more)
Find @ UNC: Getting the Full-text of Articles
Use Find @ UNC to get full-text of articles!
Free to UNC students with valid ONYEN.
- Look for this icon in all UNC-Chapel Hill search engines / databases
- Click on the icon to see if / where UNC has the article available online
- Click the "Article" link on the left to get to the full-text
- If you see a note that says "We're sorry, the full text isn't available online,"
- Look for the "Request this Item (2-3 days) Interlibrary Loan / Campus Delivery line below."
- Click on "Interlibrary Loan / Campus Delivery" and login with your ONYEN & password at the green "Account Login" button.
- If you haven't done this before, click on the blue "Create An Account" button. Ask Stephanie or Julia if you get stuck here.
- Your article will most likely be made available online within 2-3 days -- you'll get an email when it's ready.