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PUBA 313: Communication Skills for Administrators

Use OneSearch to search it all

OneSearch is a tool that searches almost everything our library has to offer. It sifts through our library catalog, multiple databases and our website providing you with search results that include books, e-books, articles, dissertations, maps, videos, reference entries, datasets, government documents and much more. Tip: use the drop-down menu on OneSearch search bar to limit your results and find only the type of materials you are looking for.


If you just want e-books...

Find e-books in the following databases

Find peer reviewed and news articles, dissertations and theses, reports, etc.

Recommended databases for Communication Skills research:


You may have noticed that several of the databases listed above are available from Ebsco. To save time and effort, you may search several Ebsco databases at once. In order to do so, click on the "Choose databases" link that appears on top of the Ebsco search boxes, select the databases you wish to search and click "Ok". Can't find the "Choose databases" link? Click here to select the Ebsco databases you wish to search.

Citing your references

Many of the databases available from the library feature a citation tool that provides you with the citations for your resources in the format of your choice. Just find the citation icon (usually a pen or a sheet of paper icon), follow the prompts and copy & paste the citation to your paper. Note: automatically generated citations usually need some editing. Make sure you check capitalization of words, punctuation, etc before submitting your assignment. For more information go to the Citing & Writing page on this guide to find resources to help you create and manage citations.