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Tutorials from the Boreham Library
How to Find Articles: Databases
A database is a searchable collection of information. In library research, a database is where you find journal articles and online reference sources. Learn how to find articles using the library’s databases.
Navigating the Library's Website
The Library has a new website! Watch this video to learn how to use the Library's website to find exactly what you need.
How to Find Books Part 1: Library Catalog
The Catalog contains an inventory of all items found within the Library, either physically, as with books and DVDs, or electronically, as with ebooks and streaming videos. Learn how to find books using the Library's Catalog.
Tutorials for APA Citations
Tutorials for PubMed
Use MeSH to Build a Better PubMed Query
This tutorial shows how to build a targeted PubMed search starting in the MeSH database. It includes very brief background on MeSH terms and indexing.
PubMed Advanced Search Builder
A tutorial describing how to use the Advanced Search Builder to help refine your PubMed searches.
Need the Full Text Article?
A tutorial on how to get full text articles for PubMed citations, both free and for a fee.
PubMed: Using the Advanced Search Builder
In this 3 minute video, learn to use PubMed's Advanced Search features to refine your search with the example of a publication date range; and find journal and author names using the autocomplete feature.
Using PubMed in Evidence-Based Practice
When conducting research, evidence-based practice is a method for framing clinical questions that will help yield optimal search results. PubMed.gov is a free research tool from the National Library of Medicine. This course will show you how to use evidence-based practice when searching clinical questions using PubMed.
Introduction: What is MeSH?
This brief tutorial is designed to help you:
-Understand the purpose and structure of the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and
-Use MeSH to search MEDLINE/PubMed for medical literature and information.
Tutorials for CINAHL & Medline
Tutorials for Web of Science