TBR Regents Online Degree Program purchased the PsycArticle database in support of the RODP Master of Professional Studies. The EBSCO PsycArticle database is available via the 6 TBR university libraries supporting the Master of Professional Studies program and 6 other TBR Community Colleges listed in the above drop down menu.
PsycARTICLES is a database of full-text articles from journals published by the American Psychological Association, the APA Educational Publishing Foundation, the Canadian Psychological Association, and Hogrefe & Huber. The database includes all material from the print journals with the exception of advertisements and editorial board lists. Coverage starts in 1984.
The database can be searched in several ways including by specifying keywords that may occur in the article title, abstract, or the full-text, or by author names and journal titles. Each retrieved record has a link to the corresponding full-text article, which is almost always available in PDF format (so Adobe Acrobat reader is needed for viewing) and in HTML format. Each record also has a link to the Table of Contents (TOC) for the issue in which the article is published.
The database can also be searched for articles of interest by browsing directly through the journal titles and then clicking to the tables of contents for the respective volumes and issues. In addition, an alerting function is available that sends an email to the user notifying them that a new issue has been added to the database.
To access the EBSCO PsycArticle database select your instructor's college library from the dropdown menu above.
Select your instructor's college library above. Log in when prompted. Password information for instructor's library is posted within the student's RODP course. Log in to your RODP course and click on the "Library" link. Ask the RODP Reference Librarian for assistance if this is not available from within your course.
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