W3L2 Guide to Searching in Academic Search Premier

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Guide to Searching in Academic Search Premier Disclaimer: Because websites are updated regularly, the screenshots used in this guide may not look exactly like what you now see on the website. These screenshots are current as of April 9, 2013. Academic Search Premier (ASP) is a general article database available through the Albertsons Librar y’s website on the Databases list. You may have used it at your school. In this database, you can find articles on almost all topics and from several types of sources including magazines, journals and newspapers. These instructions will guide you through a search in Academic Search Premier where you will learn about: ways to refine your results, an article record, the Find It button, and the Cite Tool. Step 1 Albertsons Library Website: You can find links to Academic Search Premier in three places on the Albertsons Library’s website at (Figure 1 below) : 1. By going to Find in left menu Articles & Databases A-Z Academic Search Premier 2. By going to Top Databases in left menu Academic Search Premier 3. By going to the Databases tab above the main search box Academic Search Premier Figure 1
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Step 2 Academic Search Premier Typing in Your Search Terms or Keywords: After selecting Academic Search Premier , you will go to the main search page. You can type your keywords or search terms in the blank text box. This type of searching is called keyword searching , a type of searching that involves using natural language and not a specialized vocabulary. We are going to search for articles about endangered species, so we have typed endangered species in the blank search box (Figure 2). Then we will select the Search button to execute the search.
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  • Spring '14
  • EllieDwark
  • Style guide, Parenthetical referencing, Academic journal, Academic Search Premier, Full text search

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