Do you ever wish that you could search multiple databases all at once, thus eliminating the need to search one by one, through each database, to find the best information on your topic? Well, there is a way to do this through our EBSCO and ProQuest Databases.
EBSCO databases: When you go to a search screen in any EBSCO database, be sure to notice the line under the search boxes that says "in: Database Name". You can click the dropdown menu and choose multiple databases to simultaneously search! See the image below.
EBSCO databases include but are not limited to: Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, MasterFILE Premier, EBSCO MegaFILE, Mental Measurements Yearbook, and Tests in Print.
ProQuest databases: When you go to a search screen in any ProQuest database, be sure to notice the hot link under the search boxes that says "Select Multiple Databases." Select that link and you're taken to a page with multiple ProQuest databases. You can check the boxes next to the databases you'd like to search. See images below.
ProQuest databases include, but are not limited to: Criminal Justice Periodicals, ProQuest Education Journals, ProQuest Newspapers, ProQuest Psychology Journals, and Wilson Education Abstracts.