These are databases which allow you to directly access the full text of scholarly articles. They primarily include these articles, though may also include article and book citations which can be searched for elsewhere.
Databases provided by the publisher EBSCO share a common search interface.
See the following guide for an overview of how to use the EBSCO search engine.
See the following guide for an overview of how to use the JSTOR search engine.
See the following guide for an overview of how to use Project Muse's search engine.
Anthrosource supports two different kinds of search:
This should take you to the following search interface:
Advanced search features are described below.
Supports AND, OR, and NOT. They must be entered UPPERCASE. You can also use the following alternatives:
Words that are separated by whitespace and not quoted will be treated as a series of search terms with AND between them.
Several special characters can be used for substitution.
These substitution characters cannot be used at the beginning of a search term. If these search terms are part of a quoted phrase, they will not function as wildcards and will instead be read literally.
Quoted phrases will be treated as a single search term regardless of internal whitespace or wildcard characters. Wildcards will be read literally.