Answered By: Jeremy McGinniss
Last Updated: Dec 06, 2023     Views: 177

To locate articles on education-related topics, follow the steps below:

  1. Navigate to the main library website at http://www.liberty.edu/library/.
  2. To the right, under Databases by Subject select Browse All Databases.
  3. On the A-Z Databases page, select the letter E.
  4. In the list that comes up select the link to Education Source Ultimate.
  5. Before you type your search terms, scroll down to the Limit your Results section. Click Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals if you need peer-reviewed articles. If you have a publication date range requirement, you can enter it in the Published Date field.
  6. Type the keywords of your topic, such as “bullying,” into the top search bar.
  7. Click Search to view your results.
  8. If you find a result that says PDF Full Text or HTML Full Text, click that link to view the article. If you find a result that says Get it at Liberty, the article is not available in full text in EBSCO. Click “Get it at Liberty” to check to see if we have the article in other databases. If we do, the library system will list the databases; you can choose which one you would like to view the article.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to us at (434) 582-2220 or at research@liberty.edu.