Answered By: Ilka Datig
Last Updated: Jun 19, 2019     Views: 7

EBSCO is the name of a vendor that we purchase many of our databases from.  If you are searching in a database, you might see EBSCO in big letters at the top.  It's important to note that EBSCO is never the name of a database, it is just who we buy the database from.

Some of the databases that Nazareth has from EBSCO include:  Business Source Elite, CINAHL, ERIC, Historical Abstracts, and MEDLINE.

You can find more on the Databases page.

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