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HomeIt's true, you can access many COM Library resources at home! COM Library’s catalog, and the thousands of eBooks and articles in our databases can all be accessed off campus. Just login with your COM ID# and last name. Get more on Home Access.

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How to Use EBSCO Databases

EBSCO offers many individual databases as well as interfaces that search multiple databases simultaneously. Learn more from our guides below:

How to Use Academic Search Complete
by Kathryn Park - Last Updated Jul 6, 2016
How to use Academic Search Complete. Get the basics, how to cite, how to link to articles and more.
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How to Use CINAHL
by Kathryn Park - Last Updated May 11, 2016
How to use CINAHL, the definitive nursing database.
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How to Use EBSCO Databases
by Kathryn Park - Last Updated Jun 28, 2016
Access all EBSCO databases and Guides.
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How to Use EBSCO eBooks
by Kathryn Park - Last Updated May 12, 2016
How to access and use the thousands of eBooks in COM Library's EBSCO eBooks collection.
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How to Use Flipster
by Kathryn Park - Last Updated May 24, 2016
How to access full color popular magazines on or off campus during the Flipster trial.
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How to Use Literary Reference Center (LRC)
by Kathryn Park - Last Updated May 11, 2016
Get the basics, advanced features, most studied authors, works, full text classics and how to cite from LRC.
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