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MS-Safety Science : Articles

Behavioral and Safety Sciences

Core Databases

EAGLEsearch

Other Usefull Databases

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).