Answered By: Susan Cassidy
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2016     Views: 57

EBSCO is actually not a Web site; it is a library research database that gives you access to articles published in magazines, journals, newspapers, and more. It's a great database to use for many of the topics you need to research as a student at MJC. You'll be able to access the EBSCO Databases from the library's Find Peer-Reviewed Articles research guide.

If you're trying to connect from off campus you'll be asked to enter your MJC ID# (without the W) and your six-digit birth date.

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