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Core 210: Professional Communication Skills

About EBSCO

EBSCO logoEBSCO (EBSCO Host) is a collection of databases containing peer review articles. Peer review articles are scholarly and academic sources which:

  • Are written by and for faculty, researchers or scholars (chemists, historians, doctors, artists, etc.)
  • Use scholarly or technical language
  • Articles tend to be long and detailed, about research in a particular academic discipline
  • Include full citations for sources
  • Are often refereed or peer-reviewed
  • Include information about the authors
  • Are published by academic organizations
  • Note: book reviews and editorials are not considered scholarly articles, even when found in scholarly journals

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EBSCO Host peer review articles are organized by subject area. Here are a few key databases:

  • Academic Search Premier: multi-disciplinary
  • Business Source Complete: business
  • CINAHL with Full Text: nursing
  • MLA International Bibliography: English
  • PsycARTICLES: psychology

EBSCO Host is a great place for college level research after you have your background information. Articles not available "full-text" in EBSCO can be obtained through interlibrary loan free of charge.