Use databases to find articles. The word "database" refers to an online, searchable index of records for various materials, mostly articles, which will contain:
The library has hundreds of databases that cover history, art, theology, sociology, business and more. Because there are so many be sure to bookmark the health science databases to search for articles that are related to your topic.
1. Always start from the library's databases to access our subscriptions. Look for the button for fulltext options.
3. Download LibKey Nomad. LibKey Nomad is a free plugin that helps you access fulltext articles. Download the LibKey Nomad browser plugin for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge. Choose "Emory University" from the drop-down list when asked to select your institution. Once it knows you're affiliated with Emory, LibKey Nomad checks the web page of the article you're viewing to see if the PDF is available through Emory. If it is, you'll see a graphic in your browser window that looks like this:
4. Use a Citation Management system. Citation managers, also called bibliographic management software, can save time by: