Unit4AssignmentExploringDatabases.docx

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Exploring Databases and Being Strategic When Conducting Research Part 1: Exploring the Databases 1. Go the Library Tab in Blackboard. Find the Databases section and select the Go to A-Z List icon. How many databases are in the list? 125 2. Change the All Subjects menu dropdown to correspond to your field of study at Herzing. (For example if you are an Accounting major, select Business; if you are a Criminal Justice major, select Public Safety; if you are a Medical Assistant major, select Healthcare; if you are a Nursing major, select Nursing, etc.) List your field of study/major at Herzing University : Business Management List the corresponding subject from All Subjects dropdown : Business How many databases are in the list? 47 3. Go back to the Databases section of the Library Tab in Blackboard and notice that the same Subjects are listed. Once again, select your subject area. Back on the A to Z list for your subject area; browse the list of databases available. If you were assigned to write a paper about the most current issue facing your profession, which database would you select to conduct research on this topic and why? Database name: Business Collections- Gale Cengage Explain why you chose this database: I chose this database because it contains over 125,481,575 articles, that includes all areas of Business. This includes economics, Accounting, Management, Finance, Marketing and Strategy. It provides a broad range to search and help narrow a specific topic.
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6. Go back to the A to Z list. Once again, select Clear Filters. Using the “Letter” menu select “P” to jump to that section, and scroll until you find ProQuest Central and select it. This database will open up to the Basic Search Page. Enter search terms related to a medical topic of your choice. List your key words/search terms: Hypertension Click on the “I” next to Peer Reviewed. What process do peer-reviewed publications go through? Articles go through an official editorial process that involves review and approval of the author’s peers.
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  • Fall '18
  • Robin Lyons

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