For the most part, all databases behave in pretty much the same way.
Most databases start with a Search page. This is where you will enter your keywords. Usually, you'll also be able to set search filters covering formats, subjects, date-ranges, and more.
After you enter your search terms and run your search, you will be taken to a Results page. This is where you can browse through article titles that meet your search criteria. If you don't like the results, just go back to the search page and try again!
To access an article, click on its title. This will take you to the Article page. Here you can usually read an abstract, get a citation, and view the article itself.
To view an article, look for a link to download or view in full-text or PDF. If you can't find a download or view link, look for a link to Get It @ UTC.
Having trouble accessing databases? Visit our Database Access Help Guide.