Databases are used to find articles. Filters can be selected to narrow down the search criteria.
These are some of the types of documents that can be found using databases:
Off-campus access instructions are on the Remote Access tab at the top of this research guide.
If the library does not have the article, it can ordered it through Interlibrary Loan.
Start a search for articles in Swoop Search, found on the library's home page.
Enter the search term, and click on the Search Button.
Scholarly articles, articles from current magazines or newspapers, videos, definitions, and book reviews and chapters will appear.
These EBSCOhost tutorials show how to navigate this database.
Many assignments will require finding peer-reviewed articles. To do a search for these types of articles, click the Advanced Search button on the Swoop Search box.
Type the search term. Some terms will be auto filled by the database to provide more precise results.
Click on Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journals. Type in the years of journals to be searched. Most science classes require articles written within the last 10 years.
These EBSCOhost tutorials demonstrate advanced search techniques.
Discover scholarly documents across the web with Google Scholar. Book chapters, conference papers, dissertations, patents, and reports are available. If logged into the UT Tyler library and if the item is available from the library, then it can be accessed and downloaded immediately.
However, some citations may not be correct. Consult with the STEM librarian if the provided citation appears too short or does not provide enough details.
The MLA citation for this license plate recognition article appears as: Gaddam, Leelawati, et al. "License Plate Recognition." (2014). It does not include the name of the online journal.
The correct MLA citation format is:
Gaddam, Leelawati, et al. “International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing License Plate Recognition.” International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing 39.9 (2014): 492–495. Web. 6 Apr. 2016.
To see chemistry articles directly, search these chemistry journals in the UT Tyler Library Catalog.
Chemistry articles and UT Tyler masters' theses are also stored in the Institutional Repository.
CAS Registry provides details about "substances identified from the scientific literature from 1957 to the present, with additional substances going back to the early 1900s.". Each organic or inorganic substance is given a unique number. The SciFinder database provides access to the CAS Registry.
ChemID Plus provides the CAS Registry number and federal identifiers.
Here are the direct links to specialized databases for chemistry:
Each database has a unique way of searching for information. The following databases provide their own video instructions or training.