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Use this guide for your research on American eating habits and health
In Gale eBooks, use broad terms such as:
In the larger databases (Gale Databases and EBSCOhost as well as Google Scholar), try combining terms or using specific terms inside quotation marks:
sugar and obesity
sugar and addiction
"food additives" and addiction
"food additives" and obesity
Using & Finding Books
Why Use Books:
Use books to read broad overviews and detailed discussions of your topic. You can also use books to find primary sources, which are often published together in collections.
Where Do I Find Books?
You'll use the library catalog to search for books, ebooks, articles, and more.
Use Films on Demand when you want educational video content. This streaming video collection contains unlimited, 24/7 access to thousands of videos. Teachers can embed videos in Canvas. In addition, there are mobile options for iPad and Android.
Search 22 databases simultaneously that cover almost any topic you need to research at MJC. EBSCO databases include articles previously published in journals, magazines, newspapers, books, and other media outlets.
Search over 35 databases simultaneously that cover almost any topic you need to research at MJC. Gale databases include articles previously published in journals, magazines, newspapers, books, and other media outlets.
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