You can use databases to do your research by looking for a number of differnt articles on your topic.
To find relevant articles and information in a database depends on your ability to construct a search.
Successful searching depends on Boolean Searching (Using And and OR) and Truncation (Word variations).
You probably know how to do this already. However, just to make sure everyone is aware of these tips, here are two tutorials to make sure.
See links below for a quick introduction to the format of the content and key platform features. Search techniques outlined here can be used in most databases.
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