Library's Home Page Search Box
Select the Search Everything radio button to search all the databases the Library subscribes to through EBSCOhost, eBooks, books in prints, LibGuides, and YouTube videos associated with your topic.
You will have to make a separate search through ProQuest. Look for the ProQuest Education Journals button on the right side of your screen.
Which Database Should I Use?
This is a question students frequently ask when they want to search individual databases. Depending how much time you have here are two different options.
Try Omnifile Full Text Select, (formerly known as Wilson Select Plus or WSP). This database is all full text, no matter what you type into a search box you will find something to read.
Try using these databases individually with subject headings:
I Have a Citation, But I Don't Know Which Database to Use
The Library's Find Journals feature (sometimes called Journal Finder) is the right tool to use for identifying an appropriate database. Check to see that the database you selected has the correct date range or coverage. Find Journals will also tell you if the Library has a print copy (look for a note mentioning "print holdiongs").
Occassionally we are unable to login to a database from home, the following are common problems and possible solutions.
If you are trying to login to an EBSCOHost database from home and get this error message:
“A system problem has occurred. To begin a new session, please login again.”
- Try another browser
- Clear ALL cookies
- IE7: see this eHow Tech page
ERROR. Your barcode is not valid
This error message appears if you accidentally type in the wrong number (check the 14 digit bar code on the back of your ID card and try again), or your:
- Library card has expired (call 212-875-4455 for assistance)
- Status has changed to alumni.
If you have a MyEBSCOhost account it's possible to sign in with your own personal account details (user name and password). From home you will be asked for your 14 digit library barcode before you can sign in.