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EOH 555: Library research tips for Environmental and Occupational Health Programs, Standards, and Controls: Databases/Articles

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OneSearch indexes 150 databases

EOH555 and Sust310 databases

OneSearch allows you to search about 150 databases.  At the current time, some very important databases for EOH students are missing from OneSearch, e,g,  National Library of Medicine's Specialized Information Services Environmental Health & Toxicology.   However, if you are looking for scholarly, peer reviewed journal articles, OneSearch is an excellent starting point.  If you save the records you want, then retrieve your Saved records, there is a easy EXPORT to your citation manager.  The Oviatt Library is supporting the citation manager program called EndNoteBasic ( also known as EndNote Online and EndNoteWeb).


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