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Choose your search terms based on your topic.  You can start your searching using keywords and subjects (as you would when searching for a library book).  You can search with general terms:

  • hairstyling
  • fashion trends AND united states
  • history AND hair

Alternatively, search with more specific terms.  For example, a search for "salon management" will return fewer, more focuses articles than a search for "small business".


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Cosmetology Resources Search

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Proquest Search

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Print Journals and Newspapers

periodical shelves on the Macon campus

Printed newspapers, magazines, and journals are available at all three campus libraries. Choose your campus below to see a list of magazines.  

Magazines and newspapers are for use inside the library only.  A copier is available for black and white photocopies.


Search Limiters

Using broad search terms (like "hairstyling") will return a large number of articles.  To narrow your results, you can use the following search limiting tools available:

  1. Full-text: By default, your search should be limited to full-text articles only.  Be sure to check that this option is selected.
  2. Date:  Consider your topic.  You may only need articles written during a certain timeframe.  If you need articles written in the last five years, five days, or only in the 1980s - use the EBSCOhost time slider to limit your date range.
  3. Add keywords: If you are looking for hairstyles from the 1960s, add the word "1960s" to your keywords in the search bar.

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