This brief, self-paced Flash tutorial first reviews the different types of information found in article databases (citations, abstracts, full text articles). Then it teaches students how to begin selecting a database based on the type of information they need. Options include choosing a database by subject, by database title, full text database or finding articles from a specific journal. Users control the pace of the tutorial using back and next buttons, as well as deciding which of the learning paths (databases by subject, by title, etc.) to pursue.
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