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Begin Research: How Much Do You Already Know?

How Much Do You Already Know?

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In the context of library research a journal is

  • No, a journal is not a kind of newspaper--although the Wall Street Journal is a newspaper. A journal is a periodical that publishes scholarly and scientific research.
  • No, even though this is one use of the word "journal." In the context of library research a journal is a periodical that publishes scholarly and scientific research.
  • Yes, that's right. A journal is a kind of periodical that publishes scholarly and scientific research.
  • No, this is not the best answer. Journals are in fact something to read, but this hardly says anything about what they are.
  • No, this answer is a description of "reserve materials." A journal is a kind of periodical that publishes scientific and scholarly research.

There is only one way to access the library databases from the homepage.

  1. This is not the correct answer.HCC Library databases can be accessed from Eagle Library Search, from the A to Z list, and from more specialized lists, such as subject or format listings. In fact, they can also be access from the online catalog when you click on the link for an eBook or streaming movie.
  2. Yes, there are several ways to access the library databases. HCC Library databases can be accessed from Eagle Library Search, from the A to Z list, and from more specialized lists, such as subject or format listings. In fact, they can also be access from the online catalog when you click on the link for an eBook or streaming movie.

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