Sometimes it can be frustrating finding exactly what you need for your paper. We have these suggestions:
- Are you using the right keywords? Check Wikipedia to make see if there are better words to use, like “higher education” instead of “colleges”.
- If you’re looking for an article title, trying putting the full title in quotation marks. For example: “Savanna elephant numbers are only a quarter of their expected values.”
- Not finding it in EBSCO? Try Google Scholar. Learn how to get articles from Google Scholar.
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