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So what's a database again?

Simple diagram demonstrating the structure of e-resources at the University of East Anglia
by

Carly Sharples

on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of So what's a database again?

I'm a Journal Article! There are lots of ways to find me. You can:
be told I exist by someone else
search my full text for key words or phrases
search my abstract for key words or phrases
I have been assigned special subjects as well - so if you look for that subject you might find me that way. I'm in a Journal.
There are lots of other articles in here with me. All of these Journals
are in a database. And there are lots of
different databases
as well For example, this
database is MyiLibrary Book Book chapter Primo searches across them! Primo So if you put a keyword into Primo
that I have in my text.... Then you'll find me! Library Catalogue I tell Primo about the print books and
journals that are available
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