EBSCOhost is a popular database and has some great YouTube videos on how to use the "Advanced Search" option.
The advanced search skills from EBSCOhost can be applied to using UNT's own catalog. "Introduction to Library Research" is a great introduction to jump-start your research.
For students having issues logging onto the Library's system from home, "VPN Login Instructions" provide great help!
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Welcome to the Information Science Subject Guide!
This subject guide provides information on resources available from the UNT Libraries, both in the Discovery Park Library and online. It covers how to find articles using specific databases, reference sources, books, periodicals, and websites. To access each section, click on the appropriate tab. If you prefer to print the entire subject guide, click on the "Print Guide" link at the top at any time. To help me make this Guide more useful, please fill out the short survey on this page.
If you need any help, please don't hesitate to drop by the library, call 940-565-3245 or 877-872-0264 or email at https://www.library.unt.edu/forms/ask-us/.
The Discovery Park Library provides the Department of Information Science with research, reference services, and books. Discovery Park Library is located in B112 on the first floor of the Discovery Park building. The library offers laptop checkout, public computers, study areas, and access to a Smart board. Items can be retrieved and held from the closed stacks using the online material request form.
Did you know that library school students are eligible to join both American Library Association and the Texas Library Association at one low price?
Fill out your ALA/TLA joint student membership form and join today!