However, these terms (database/resource/source ) tend to be used interchangeably.
Library Services pays subscription fees to provide FVTC affiliates free access to these databases.
Database vendors require us to make sure that only FVTC affiliates have access, so off-campus use is through a proxy login
means FVTC access off-campus requires login through proxy login.
Search engines > search databases > for records > leading to content.
A database is a collection of records.
Records list information describing the content and location of an item.
Google is a search engine
that searches their Google-byte sized database
of spider collected records
to help you find POPULAR webpages.
Google Rank is not related to reliability of content.
In more detail:
A database search engine (Ebsco Discovery Service or Google)
> uses access points such as keywords, author date of publication, etc,
> > to search a database collection of records
> > > to find content
> > > >that matches your search terms.
A quote in a chapter in a book.
A link on a webpage in a website.
An image in an article in an issue of a journal.
A song in a playlist in an account on MyCloud.
A video created - by someone who recorded it somewhere - and had it published in a database.
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