Database Searching for Education
Are you studying for a degree in Education? Need peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles?
This session will show you how to find relevant databases and search them using the common strategies of a savvy searcher. Practice using keyword, subject and phrase searching, while learning all about truncation and how to limit your results.
After this session you will be well on your way to finding relevant scholarly information for your assignments.
Join the session via this classroom link: https://au.bbcollab.com/guest/78E24E4056EEBA48AA663FCAE14E4943
How do I access an online class?
We recommend Chrome or Firefox as your browser. Copy and paste the link above into your browser to access the tutorial at the allocated time.
If you have a headset for your computer – headphones and microphone - check that all is working by running the Audio Wizard before the class begins. Without headphones or microphone you can hear through your computer speakers (turn up your volume) and you will ‘speak’ by texting us via chat. You’ll still be in the room and will ‘see’ us all. Many computers also have built-in microphones.
If your sound is breaking up, it may mean you have problems with internet download speed in your area, so stay in the room, and make a free-call to speak and hear the class on the phone. At the same time, because you’re in the room, you’ll see what’s happening. The free-call number is 1800 559 347. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The session will be archived and the link to the recording will be sent after the workshop to all who register.
Related LibGuide: Education Guide by Kelly George
- Thursday, August 3, 2017
- 9:30am - 10:30am