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Human Communication Sciences

The guides, tutorials and links below will help to develop your information and digital literacy in your subject area.

Human Communication Sciences Library subject guide

Find your subject librarian, and useful resources for your subject in this Library guide to Human Communication Sciences.

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APA referencing for HCS

Guide to the MHRA Footnotes referencing style used by HCS.

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Databases

Useful databases for HCS include Medline via Ovid, PubMed, CINAHL, and PsycInfo; as well as Scopus, and Web of Science, two very comprehensive online databases covering all subjects. Use our short video guides to learn how to search them effectively.

Using Medline via Ovid : video guide

Learn how to use the Web of Science database with our video guide (sound required). You can watch the embedded video below or go to Kaltura for a larger resolution.

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Using PubMed: video guide

Learn how to use the PubMed database with our video guide (sound required). You can watch the embedded video below or go to Kaltura for a larger resolution.

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Using CINAHL : video guide

Learn how to use the CINAHL database with our video guide (sound required). You can watch the embedded video below or go to Kaltura for a larger resolution.

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Using PsycINFO: video guide

Learn how to use the PsycINFO via Ovid database with our video guide (sound required). You can watch the embedded video below or go to Kaltura for a larger resolution.

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Using Web of Science : video guide

Learn how to use the Web of Science database with our video guide (sound required). You can watch the embedded video below or go to Kaltura for a larger resolution.

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Using Scopus: video guide

Learn how to use the Scopus database with our video guide (sound required). You can watch the embedded video below or go to Kaltura for a larger resolution.

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