2Welcome to the My EBSCOhost tutorial, which demonstrates how to set up and make the most of the free personalization (My EBSCOhost) folder, allowing users to extend the usage of EBSCOhost search results beyond their current session. Personalized folder accounts are simple to set up, and can be created by any user accessing EBSCOhost.
3Create a My EBSCOhost folder by clicking on the Sign In link Create a My EBSCOhost folder by clicking on the Sign In link. Click on the Create a new account link, fill in the fields, and click Submit. Once your information has been accepted, you will automatically be logged in as a personalized folder user.
4In addition to search results, My EBSCOhost users can store Images, Videos, Persistent Links to Searches, Saved Searches, Search Alerts, and Journal Alerts. From within the Personalized folder, users can print, , save, or export search results, images or videos.
5My EBSCOhost also allows users to create their own custom folders within the My EBSCOhost folder. This can help you organize your saved articles during research by placing them in different folders. Simply click the New link, name your folder and click Save.
6Your custom folder is added to the My Custom area Your custom folder is added to the My Custom area. Select articles from the My Folder area, click either Copy To or Move To, and select your custom folder from the drop-down menu to copy or move the articles.
7When you conduct a Basic or Advanced Search after logging in to your personalized folder, you can save particular Result List items to your folder by clicking on the folder for each article. These saved search results can be examined more closely at a later date, as well as printed, ed, or saved to your computer.
8By clicking the Share link and then clicking the linked terms next to Add search to folder, you can add a persistent link to a search to your personalized folder, which can then be ed, saved or clicked later to run the search, showing any new results that have been added to the database.
9After clicking Search History below the Find field, you can save searches to be retrieved for later use. You can also print your search history by clicking the Print Search History link.
10From the Publication Details page of most journals represented in the database you are searching, you can set up a Journal Alert, which will be kept in your personalized My EBSCOhost folder until you delete it. Journal Alerts provide automatic notification via whenever a new issue of the specified publication has been added to the database, eliminating the need to continually check the database for new issues.
11My EBSCOhost also includes a useful Charge Back feature, allowing you to track EBSCOhost session usage times for charging back clients. The usage report information can be printed or ed to destinations that you specify.
12At any time, click the Help link to view the complete online Help system.