My EBSCOhost

Something we’ve been looking at in the library is how EBSCO users can customize database searches with the help of a My EBSCOhost account.

What’s nice about having your own account with My EBSCOhost is that you can tweak how your search screen looks. You can also save searches, save files to folders, share them with others, and access what you’ve saved from any computer as long as you’re logged in through your Bank Street Library account.

Take time out to make an account and methodically work your way through all the features that are available through EBSCO’s stable of databases. If you save articles in one EBSCO database (e.g.,  Academic Search Premiere) you’ll be able to view them in another. Not sure which databases are EBSCO products – no problem below is a list available through Bank Street:

List of EBSCO databases

The databases hightlighted in yellow are ones graduate school students use on a regular basis.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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