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First Year Experience (FYE) and Orientations

An introductory guide for freshman and transfer students (or anyone new to UNT Libraries)

Online Articles

Online Articles

  • Click on the Online Articles Tab on the library website homepage

    • UNT Libraries homepage screenshot with tabs

  • If you use this resource, you may get more results, spend more time going through the results, and refining your search.

  • Instead, you can search for subject specific journals narrowed by database can by the "databases tab" or library guides or Ask Us / for suggestions.

Electronic Materials

Databases. E-Books (Full textbooks online), articles in e-journals, and streaming films and music.

  • Access:
    Use your EUID & Password, set up by the UNT ams system, to access e-books and databases off campus

  • Selection:
    If you know the name of the database you want to access, you can go to the Databases Search tab on the library homepage.

    Some of these are more relevant than others for your assignment or research paper, so feel free to contact us for help. If you are not sure which subject database to search for in your field, browse Subject Guides or contact a Subject Librarian Do you want a quick recommendation? Ask Us your library questions.

  •  UNT Libraries "Most Requested" section called  Electronic Resources includes these suggestions: Academic Search Complete |  EBSCOhost  (Academic Search and More)ScienceDirect  and more

Example of a Multi-Database EBSCO Search

Example of searching two EBSCO databases for a topic:

General topic: Careers in subjects such as Sociology

  • EBSCO database search in the following two databases: SocINDEX with Full Text (from EBSCO) which contains scholarly, peer-reviewed articles, and  Vocational and Career Collection which is useful for career exploration but not so useful to scholarly articles.

    • Note: You can remove or add databases with the "Choose Databases" link next to your search box. 
  • Search terms Sociologists AND Career Development
  • Limited for Full Text & Scholarly (Peer Reviewed)
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Usually two is plenty, but sometimes you still have thousands of results. Want to limit further, try another variable. Perhaps try United States, or Texas -- what did you see?  What happens if you add databases?
Tip:  Click on the title of the article to get more information, or email it to yourself.

Interlibrary Loan

Need a book or article not in print or online at UNT Libraries? Use Interlibrary Loan. Create & use your ILLiad account.

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