EBSCOhost Databases allows you to find full text journal articles of various subject areas.
Business Source Complete: Journal and magazine articles on subjects like accounting & finance, economics, human resource, international business, media, marketing, tourism, transport & distribution, & more.
Education Research Complete: Journal and magazine articles on all levels of education from early childhood to higher education, and all education specialities, such as multilingual education, health education, and testing.
Note: Not all articles have Full Text. Always check this icon when searching the database:
Not all articles in EBSCOhost are available in Full Text. You may see a FIND IT @ TP button at your results list. Click it to see if the article is available elsewhere in TP Library's e-resources. If the full-text is not available, just submit a Document Delivery request for staff or student, and we will source it for you. Students will need their lecturer's support.
1. At the welcome screen, select Find Journal Articles
2. Enter your search terms, for example: children AND fast food
3. In the Search Options, tick the Full Text to ensure only complete articles are shown in the results
The Preview Icon takes you to the abstract of the article. An abstract is a brief summary to help the reader quickly ascertain the article's purpose. See an example here.
Clicking on the article title takes you to the article page and more information.
By default, the results are sorted by Relevance. You can narrow your results with the filters on the left column. For example, you can set the Publication Date range or Source Types.
Publication Date: For scientific research topics, it is important to make sure the articles you use are current. Use this filter to limit your results to the most current ones!
Source Types: What are the difference? Click here to see a table comparison!
EBSCOhost has an automated citation feature at the article page. Click on Cite under Tools on the right column to cite the article in APA format. Remember, this auto-generated citations may not be correct! Refer to this guide for a more precise APA format citations.
Once you've found an article relevant to your topic, make use of the Find Similar Results feature to explore more articles from the same topic. This can be found on the left column of the article page.