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Research Library: Selecting Results

An introduction to searching and using Research Library

About ProQuest Research Library

 

Let’s take a look at one of the results in our search. As you can see below we can see the TITLEAUTHOR, and SOURCE of the article, in this case “Cloning plan spawns ethics debate.” By David Kestenbaum. published in Science.

 

Click on the article title to see more detailed information. Again you can see the TITLEAUTHOR, and SOURCE. In addition you can now view the ABSTRACT. An ABSTRACT is a brief summary of the article and lets you understand what the article is about without having to read the whole thing. This is a good method to determine if an article fits your needs.

 

To access the article, click on the FULL TEXT icon on the top left of the page.