Answered By: Deborah Kelley-Milburn Last Updated: May 12, 2016 Views: 120
Begin with the HOLLIS+ page. From the tabs at the top, select the one that says "Articles" and enter your keywords into the search field. This will search a great number of article databases all at once. To search specific databases, click on the Databases link at the top of HOLLIS+, and click on the word Subject. On the left is a long menu of subject terms. Choose the one closest to your topic, click the "Go" button on the right. In the Resource type box, select "Indexes to journals, etc" for a list of databases that index articles, etc. Select one that looks promising and begin searching. There are many database vendors, each with its own interface and search protocols. Fortunately they are fundamentally quite similar. (Articles are not indexed or listed in the HOLLIS Classic catalog).