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Industrial Psychology & Safety: Find an Article

BS Industrial Psychology & Safety

Core Databases

Other Useful Databases

EAGLEsearch

Search for articles, books, & more

 

EAGLEsearch allows you to search multiple databases at one time

 

Google Scholar

Databases or Websites?

What is the difference?

Databases

  • Are fee-based; the library pays to license them.
  • Are available to registered members of the library.
  • Focus on a specific body of information (i.e. Aeronautics, Engineering)
  • May contain articles, books, gov documents, maps, technical reports.
  • Contain information written by professional writers and subject experts.

Websites

  • Are searched with search engines such as Google, Yahoo, or Ask.com
  • Are generally freely accessable.
  • Are available to anyone with an internet access.
  • May NOT be current, updated, or show no date at all.
  • Can cover any topic at all.
  • Contain information written by anyone (convicts, teachers, children, students, or psychopaths)

Remember: Most instructors want information from a database first. ASK a librarian if you need help!

Research Librarian

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Dani Carmack
Contact:
Hazy Library, Room 238
(928) 777-3858

Ask Us!

At any point during the research process, the library and librarians are here to help. 

You can chat with us Monday through Thursday, from 9am to 8pm or Fridays from 9am to 5pm.

You can email us any time, and we'll get back to you.

You can make an appointment so we can sit down with you and give you in-depth help.