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Introduction to EBSCO Discovery: Home

Quick Study Guide on understanding the basic features of EBSCO Discovery

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Who Do I Ask For Help?

Paul Graham, University Librarian

Email Paul Graham (AST)

Subject Liaison: Creative Arts, Education, Psychology

Kathy Coorsh, Academic Librarian

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Subject Liaison: Business, Interior Design/Decorating & General Studies

Nell Beaudry, Academic Librarian

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Subject Liaison: Business, Library Instruction, Information Literacy, Psychology

Melissa Discola, Library Technician

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Subject Liaison: Textbook Management & Administration

Sarah Van Sickle, Academic Librarian

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Subject Liaison: Resource Management, Business, Interior Design/Decorating, Creative Arts

What is EBSCO Discovery?

EBSCO Discovery Service is a comprehensive search and discovery platform used by libraries and academic institutions. It allows users to search and access a wide range of academic and scholarly resources, including books, journals, articles, and more, through a single search interface. EDS aims to simplify research by providing a unified and efficient way to explore a library's entire collection of electronic resources. By searching Yorkville University's Discovery service, you can search across the entire collection of resources.

EBSCO Discovery

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Software Options

Citation Software Options

  • Zotero: Zotero is freely accessible citation and research management software.
  • Endnote: EndNote is a reference manager that helps you save time formatting citations, so you can focus on your research.
  • Mendeley: Mendeley brings your research to life, so you can make an impact on tomorrow
  • Papers: Papers helps you collect and curate the research material that you're passionate about.