Keeping track of your research can get a tricky, especially when using multiple databases. Fortunately, some databases allow users to create a personal account to track and save their research across multiple sessions. This post covers the benefits of using personal accounts and provides a tutorial for using features available in EBSCO, ProQuest, and JSTOR.
Gale Ebooks Mental Health and Wellness Collection contains fifteen titles spanning diverse topics, including suicide, panic disorders, LGBT psychology, socializing, deconstructing stigmas, the influence of race and culture, and more. These e-books are available to read 24/7 – anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
The Fordham Libraries provide access to collections of historical documents, current news, scholarly articles and books, data, images, maps, biographies, streaming video, sound records, and more that focus on black culture, heritage, experience, thought, perspective, innovation, leadership, and faith.