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Utilizing multiple resources, including a variety of databases and journals, give researchers more comprehensive insight into their field of interest. Some databases provide a breadth of literature, while other databases may choose to focus on a specific aspect. Expanding your search strategy to accommodate multiple resources offer a greater chance of success in your research efforts.
If you need a full text article or book that TWU Libraries does not own, you can usually borrow it without extra cost. To learn more or to submit an interlibrary loan (ILL) request, please click here. Any article can be emailed to you and books are mailed to the ARC for safe pickup, checkout and return.
These collections of journal articles, books and more are highly authoritative, valid materials that relate to your and your faculty's educational and research interests. A brief EBSCO video training on some of the databases is available here. The complete listing of all databases , please review our A to Z List of Databases.
If you need to locate a test with internal validity and reliability, use these databases listed below to search for your subject (such as hand strength) and find articles that discuss the reliability and validity of those tests. You may need to obtain access to the full-text version through one of our databases, through TWU Library Search.