Answered By: Gretchen Scronce
Last Updated: May 14, 2019     Views: 32

In most databases, you can select or mark articles of interest to hold in a list during your search session. Some databases this list a folder and you can add articles to the folder. Marked/selected/added articles will stay in the list or folder until you exit the database.

If you wish to save articles between search sessions in a database, look for a "sign in" or "log in" link near the top of the database's interface. Most library databases allow you to create your own account in them where you can save selected articles on the database company's server. This is a great back up location for articles of interest to your research. 

For more information, contact the Access & Instruction Desk at 843-953-8000.

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