Along with Popular Magazines (by Journalists for Everyday Readers) both GALE and EBSCO provide access to Scholarly Journals (by Scholars for Scholars within a field).
You may read about a particular study in Psychology Today or Scientific American Mind and want to find the original study, which might be available through our databases. Explore!
Using this Publication in the Databases
On the Left side you will see a dropdown menu Dates, and in the center column you will see a menu of issues from that year. Click on any of the issue dates to browse articles from that issue.
The search box at the top should say “Search Within Publication”. This will trigger an “Advanced Search” with the “Publication” field pre-set to Psychology Today
Using this Publication in the Database
On the RIGHT side you will see a series of Dates with a “+” sign in front of it.
Click on any “+” to expand that year to see the Issues of the magazine. Click on any date to Browse articles from that issue.
On the upper LEFT side click on “Search This Publication”. This will bring you to the “Search” Page with “JN ‘Scientific American Mind’”" pre-set in the search box. Add any additional ideas you would like to search for. You can also click on “Advanced Search” and enter “Scientific American Mind” into the “publication” field.
They are not posted directly on this page. You must Log-in to CANVAS.
NOTE: Some Passwords have changed since last year.
You can now use your CCHS Google Account -- cchsrams.com (students) or centralcatholichigh.org (faculty) -- to log-in to GALE database products linked on this page from home. You will have to set-up your account individually
You can now link your Google Account to your "MyEBSCO" account (if you create one) and use that to log-in to EBSCO Databases remotely. SEE HERE for more information. You will need to log-in to EBSCO using the Library Password (on CANVAS) to create an account. You will need to log-in to the Library Account once per year to re-authenticate your personal account.
Library Databases are subscription collections (i.e. things that we pay to access) of research sources including: Periodical (Magazine, Newspaper, Trade Journal, Scholarly Journal) articles, electronic Reference Books, Images, Videos, Primary Documents and more.
So why do we pay for them when Google and the Web exist?
CLICK HERE, or use the Link below to find the passwords. They are not posted directly on this page. You must Log-in to CANVAS and go to the Library tab on your U-Period page.