Good to Know
- Topic Overviews that provide a starting point for research.
- Simple search that quickly delivers relevant results, including primary source documents, news articles, and Associated Press videos.
- Text-to-speech and full-text translation to 30 languages for HTML articles.
- Ability to view, save, print and email articles.
- Citation tool to help students format references/works cited.
- A section For Educators that helps teachers connect content to the curriculum across subject areas, provides lesson plans, tools for students and recommended websites.
- Easy-to-browse categories organized by popular topic.
To get started, you will need to have the following:
- Your Library Card number and PIN.
You can access EBSCOhost on your computer through a web browser, such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari or you can use the EBSCO Mobile app
Download the App
EBSCO mobile requires Apple iOS 11.0 or later or Android 9.0 and up.
After you have downloaded the app, it will ask you to search for your library or to use your location.
You will then need to give EBSCO permission to check your Library Card in the Library’s system.
It will ask for your Patron ID (Library Card number), enter it without any spaces.
The app provides access to all of the EBSCO databases that the library subscribes to.
Using a Computer
After logging on, you will see various popular topics organized by subject heading. You may also do a basic search by entering your search terms into the search bar. If you want to add filters to your search, do so by using the Advanced Search feature.
Select from the available Search Options:
- Search modes – Use specific search modes, such as Find all my search terms or SmartText Searching or use search options that expand your search such as Apply related words.
- Limit your results – such as Full Text or Publication date.
A full results list will appear sorted by the most relevant articles. You can also sort the results by date. Once you have found an article that you are interested in reading, just click on it or select the PDF. If the PDF is available, you will be able to browse the whole issue that the article appears in using the toolbar on the left side.
If you are in your result’s list, you can add articles to your folder to print, email, save or export for use later. If this is a homework assignment, you can also easily generate the citation in a variety of styles including MLA, APA, Chicago and Vancouver.
For more help, please visit EBSCO’s help section.