How to get access to the UCF Library
Finding books in print/electronic & Practice 1
Library databases for Nursing & Practice 2
Other Library Databases & Practice 3.
Citing the sources you use
Academic OneFile is a Gale database that provides news, reference, multimedia, and periodical/journal articles from 1980-Present. A wide range of topics is covered including business, computers, current events, economics, education, environmental issues, health care, hobbies, humanities, law, literature and art, politics, science, social sciences, sports, and technology. Millions of full-text articles are available and the database is updated daily.
Advanced Search is the default search screen
Subject Guide Search
Use to search for a single edition, volume, or issue of a particular publication and retrieve all its available documents.
More help is provided through the Help button.
* Keep in mind that database generated citations are not always 100% correct, so be sure to double check with the APA manual and your instructor. For example, URLs and database information (such as "Retrieved from Academic Onefile Database" or "Retrieved from http://find.galegroup.com.ezproxy.net.ucf.edu") is not necessary (APA 6th ed.) for journal articles found in subscription databases like CINAHL. (Note: This does not apply to regular websites, for which you still would need the list the URL.). Also, it is not necessary (for APA format) to include the month for scholarly journal articles which are paginated by volume and issue. Again, database generated citations are not always perfect, so be sure to double check them.