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Title: What are Databases and Why Use Them?
Authors: Carmen Kazakoff-Lane
Keywords: Library & Information Science;Research;Databases
Issue Date: 26-Apr-2010
Abstract: This tutorial provides a broad overview which discussess (1)what are databases and (2) why they are important to research. It talks about (1) the types of information found in databases, (2) database search features, and (3) how to locate both a database and the content found in a database via libraries. It also tells people to talk to Librarians to learn more about how to use databases.
Description: What are Databases Tutorial was created by Carmen Kazakoff-Lane (kazakoff@brandonu.ca ) with Camtasia Studio 6.0. It was created in April, 2010. It is 5:02 long. Intended audience is for Undergraduates - but it can also can be used for other library users.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/47805
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