I cannot find EBSCO listed in the new search engine. Where is it?
The library upgraded its database offerings in January, 2011, roughly doubling the number of journal articles available to students. In the past, the library obtained access to many databases through EBSCO. Now, although we still have access to several databases through EBSCO, the bulk of the library's holdings are from other providers.
The library’s largest group of databases is now through ProQuest, which is most easily accessed using the ProQuest Central Link. The EBSCO databases we currently have are listed under their separate database names and include PsychInfo and PsychArticles and Business Source Elite.
To access databases, from the library home page, click Find Now under Find Articles. Now click the name of the database you wish to search. For many subjects, a good database to begin with is ProQuest Central.