increase university persistence rates ” B u s i n e s s F i n a n c e
I really don’t need this to be long it is only worth 10 points, just short simple answers, for the one that says email u can email it to me
To answer, the following questions hit Reply and post your answers in the discussion. Cut and paste the questions 1-13 in your reply (where you see “CUT HERE–“).
Answers to the questions should be in complete sentences for full credit. Be sure to answer the questions in order and number your answers accordingly.
For this exercise, you want to learn more about how to use EBSCOhost using the topic of Student Success. (Cut here)
- In the first search box enter the keywords “student success”. How many results do you get?
- Now, add the new search term “United States” in the second box. How many results do you get?
- Why is the search smaller?
- Look at the result “Student Success: It’s Not Just for Students.” This document is available in what formats?
- What is the difference between HTML and PDF?
- Click on the citation link in the results list titled, “Strategies to Improve Student Academic Success and Increase University Persistence Rates” and answer the following questions:
- What type of document is this (format)?
- Who is the author(s)?
- What is the name of the journal?
- Is the document available in full text?
- Suppose you really need this item. Can you email it to yourself?
- Can you download it or save it to your flash drive?
Subject Terms / Headings / Descriptors. One way to improve your search strategy is to look at the subject terms assigned by the database and continue to search those headings
6. How many subject terms appear for the article cited in Question #6 (Strategies to Improve…)?
7. Click on the subject heading Academic achievement -US. What happens to your search?
8 . How many results do you retrieve?
9.What is the difference between your keyword search and the subject term search?
Peer-Reviewed Items: Professors often ask you to ONLY use scholarly or peer-reviewed information. If you are looking for materials published for scholarly communities, you can limit your search results to peer-reviewed items. Peer-reviewed means the document has been refereed by experts in the field, the editorial board of the journal, or a similar group of people. Go back to the first keyword search: Student Success and United States. On the left, under Refine Your Results, limit your search to Full Text by checking the appropriate box. Now update your search.
- How many items did the search retrieve?
- Go to the Refine Your Results and select the boxes full text, and scholarly (peer-reviewed) and update your search. How many sources did your search uncover?
- Next, limit your research to the last 5 years only (2015-2020). How many results did you end up with?
- Finally, add a third search term, Higher Education. How many results did your search yield?
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