Computers & Applied Sciences Complete is a comprehensive database of indexed and full-text content offers a vast knowledgebase pertaining to traditional computing and applied sciences challenges and resources. It is an outstanding source for content concerning the business and social implications of new technology.
In the following example we used the keywords artificial intelligence AND disabilities
View the search results and note the variety of journals represented and the topics related to artificial intelligence AND disabilities that are covered in this search.
From the results page you are able to:
Expand Your Search
Our initial search for the keywords artificial intelligence AND disabilities retrieved a total of 97 items... not bad, but by making a couple adjustments there is potential to find more.
Try adding additional search fields with variations of the keyword disabilities to broaden your search results. By making use of the boolean operator "OR" and adding keywords like disability and disabled to the search form, then submitting your search again.
This second search with additional search terms has drastically increased the number of results. You will now see there are 8,112 items in comparison to the initial search which retrieved 97 items.
Browse and Organize
While browsing through the articles listed in your results page, you can click the article icon that follows the title and view more details about the article, including the abstract without losing your place.
From here you can also make use of the folders function, which will allow you to store and organize the articles you want to use.
The Detailed Record
PDF documents are images of the original print version and will look exactly the same as the print version.
Accessing the electronic versions of articles through our online databases, offers you additional features and functionality that is not available in print, such as:
From the details page of any EBSCO provided resource (books, articles, etc.), within the "Tools" navigation:
Remember to examine any citations produced with these citation tools for accuracy, double check names, dates, capitalization, punctuation and make any needed adjustments prior to submitting your work to your instructor.